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Table of Contents 



Dedication 4 

Faculty 5 

Sports 21 

Activities 33 

Seniors 49 




















The class of '71 would like to show their appreciation to Mr. 
Osmond for helping us to realize that you become a class once 
you come together by dedicating the 1971 Hourglass to him. 




The Teacher of the Year Award was 
presented to Mr. Lynch for the out- 
standing job he has done as Co-ordi- 
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Scliool Committee — Row 1 — 
Miss Imbimbo, Mrs. Hooper, 
Mrs. Clark. Row 2 -Mr. 
Lanni, Mr. McNamara, Mr. 
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Superintendent— Mr. Walter Pierce. 





Assistant Superintendent — Mr. Derek Little. 



Business Manager— Mr. Jerry Houghton. 



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Principal — Mr. Bernard McMahon 



Vice Principal — Mr. Harold Garrett. 




Mr. Fessenden 
Social Studies 




Mrs. Mendell 
English 




Mr. Dulong — English 




Mrs. Aldrich 
English 






Mr. Malay 

English 








Miss Quinn 
Home Economics 




Miss David 
Home Economics 




Mr. Bellissimo 
Physical Education 



Mr. Scanlon 

Social Studies 
English 




Miss Haites 
French 



Miss Abbood 
Guidance 





Mrs. Tully 
Math 








Mr. Krey — Science 



Mr. Kelley 
Math 



Miss Kulisich— Art 




Mrs. Erickson 
Librarian 




Mr. Nelson and Mr. Osmond 
Math 




Mrs. Koure 
English 



Mr. Keller- Industrial Arts 






Miss Kennedy 
English 



Dr. Farello — Science 






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Mr. DeLuca 

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Miss Jackson 
Music 



Mr. Doyle 
S/iop Math 




Mr. DeGeorge 
Industrial Arts 




Mr. Cripps 
Social Studies 



Miss Marshall — Guidance 




Mr. Gonzales 
Spanish 




Mr. Lynch 
Math 




Mrs. Partlow 
Home Economics 





Mr. Breakey 
Guidance 




Miss Cassidy 
Physical Education 




Mr. Cogan 
Guidance 



Mrs. Bell 
Math 



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Miss Faro 
Math 




Mr. Gillis 
Physical Education 




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Mr. Dicey 

Industrial Arts 




Mrs. Boudreau 
Business 




Mr. DeRose 
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Mr. Beaton 
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Mr. Bal)coek 
Math 




Miss Chipman 
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Family Living 



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Mr. Fardy 
Science 







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Guidance 



Dr. Pederson 
Physics 







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Mr. Milley 
Math 




Miss McCarthy 
Physical Education 



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Mr. Joyce 
English 




Mrs. Fitzgibbons 
Business 




Mrs. Gershon 
Business 




Miss Dadoly — Science 




Miss Kroll 
Social Studies 



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Mrs. Shea — English 




Mr. Jones — Maf/i 




Mrs. Zawaski — Biology 







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Mr. Albano 
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Mrs. Basmajian 
Social Studies 



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Mrs. Lewis 
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Miss Kennedy 
English 




Mr. Greeoe 
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Mr. Hambelton 

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Mrs. Kanchuga 










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Mr. DiSareina 
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Mrs. Webber— Business 




Mr. Sliiere 
Business 






Mrs. Page 
English 



Mr. Hartnett — Science 




Mrs. Cowhig— Business 



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Art 



Mr. Menzies 
Music 




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Mr. MacDermott 

Industrial Arts 





Mr. Keady 
Social Studies 



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Mrs. Cronin 

English 




Miss Soja 
English 





Mrs. Bellanger 
Business 




Mr. Lentine— Shop 



Mrs. MacDonald— Business 




Mrs. Gearty 
Secretary 







Mrs. Winchel 
Secretary 




Mrs. Burke 
Secretary 




Mrs. Martin 
Nurse 




Mrs. Rudnicki 
Teacher Aid 




Mrs. Wentworth - Teacher Aid 



Mrs. Terricon - Teacher Aid 



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CAFETERIA STAFF — First rmv — Mrs. Brady, Mrs. D'Entremont, Mrs. 
Cutter, Mrs. MacDonald, Mrs. Ciannati. Second row— Mrs. Tyner, Mrs. 
Barry, Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Harvey. Third row — Mrs. Bright, Mrs. Blomerth, 
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MAINTENANCE STAFF- Mr. 
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First rou; — Rick Smallidge; Walter Hills; Syd Tildsley; 
Bill Gustus; George Anderson; Dick Gillis, co-capt.; 
Mike Esposito, co-capt.; Bill DeLisle; Jim Irwin; Mike 
Curran. Second row — Mr. Bellissimo, coach; Steve Cata- 
lano; Bob Conlin; Art Bibeau; Mark Jepson; Bob Gillis; 
Mike Severin; Bob Noel; Mike Rounds; Jim Ritchie; Mr. 



Gillis, coach; Mr. Ritchie, coach. Third row -John Gillis; 
John Barry; Dennis Sullivan; Alan Jansen; Ray Noel, Leo 
Campbell; Ed Gillis; Tony Romano; Sven Wiberg; Joe 
Scifo; Steve Halloway. Fourth row — Danny MacDonald; 
Dale Mather; Richard Barry; Dan Stygles; Paul Olson; 
Steve Coursey; Bruce McMillan; Joe Sciarappa; Ray 
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First row— Sally Maclver; Merilee Cavanaugh; Sally Fantasia, co-capt.;Lee Hubby, co-capt.; 
Donna Brewster; Cheryl Arzilli. Second rou>-Laureen Woller; Allison Arnold; Nancy Drugan; 
Kathy Leary; Ann Stantial; Sonia Anderson; Peggy MacNamara; Jean Cleary; Ann Novak; Miss 
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Triple Crown - HOCKEY 




First row — Bob Zwalen; John Trickett; John Harrison; Dave Kindred, Danny Kindred; Bryan 
Phillips; Frank McLean; Dana Tighe. Second row — Ron Lawrenson; Pete Emery; George 
Rooney; Jim Irwin; Lance Walden; David Irwin; William Lynch; Mike Esposito, Greg Corcoran; 
Steve Neal; Wayne Kirby; Steve Catalano; Coach Fessenden. 



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First row — Tom Southmayd; Dave Stewart; Jim Irwin; Boh Noel; Harry Stewart; Tom Beaton; 
Dan McDonald. Center front — Tommy Stewart. Second row — Mr. Gilligan, coach; Art Biheau; 
Rich Gearty; Tom Mirisola, co-capt; Bill Gustus, co-capt.; John Gillis. 







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First row — Mark Kalkenasian; Dennis Murphy; Tom Beaton; Lance Piatt; Harry Stewart; Harry 
Latta; John Lipiello; Jason Piatt; Ralph Decker; Dong Harrison; Rick Lipski. Second row — Mr. 
Lentine, coach; Boh Stewart; Frank Simmons; Howie Coombs; Barry Aruda; Willis Waylen; 
Marcel Deveau; John Conlin; Steve Bussell; Tom April; Steve Lawrenson; Les Wiherg; Ron 
Lawrenson; Mr. Peabody, coach. 





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First row — Rich Marasco; Boh Connors; John Daniell; Jon Hayward; Cliff Friberg; Dave Barrett; 
Ray Dudley; Steve Custus; Dave Irwin; Mr. Kelley, coach. Second row — Chris Nee; Mike 
Kaminski; Dana McQuade; Tom Vayo; Rich Cram; Ralph Halpin; Frank McLean; Dave O'Rourke; 
Ed Malone; Frank Shukus. 



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First row — Janet Arsenault; Sally Frost; Paula Pintri'ch; Brenda Jacobsen; Joan Bellisimo; Patti 
Lawrenson. Second row — Joan Arsenault; Carlene Butler; Carol Cipriani; Liz Codzyk; Nancy 
Olson; Katliv Cillis; Sandra McNevin; Miss Cassidy, coach. 




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Seated — Robin Jensen; Merrill Clark; Donna Mullens; Ada Lippiello. Standing — Gloria Smith; 
Judy Boeri; Susan Anderson; Rose Mary Bransfield; Sandy Jaeschki; Miss Abbood, coach; Pam 
Morris; Ginny Boudreau; Karen Ballon; Ann Novak; Pat Kelly. 



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First row — Tom Beaton; Dennis Murphy, co-capt.; Bill Gustus, co-capt.; Boh Conlin; Jim Max- 
well. Second row — Mr. DiSarcina, coach; Dick Gillis; Henry Landry; Paul Ritchie; Lance 
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First row — Carlene Butler; Peggy McNamara; Sally Frost; Linda Spinney, capt.; Joan Bellisimo; 
Susan Landers; Donna Sinopoli. Second row — Peggy Vayo; Betty Kroll; Donna Paulsen; Mi- 
chelle Lombard; Ann Lombard; Jean Cleary; Miss Dadoly, coach. 






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INDOOR TRACK 






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Ralph Decker and Mike Severin— Shot Put. 




James Murphy — relay. 



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First row — Bob Doyle; Mark Kalkanajian; Tony DeFrancesco; Bill DeLisle; George Anderson. 
Second row — Bill Woodbury; Al Vanderly; Tom Patenaude; Dennis Sullivan; Leo Campbell; 
Paul Olson; Jack Vertis. Third row — Art Bibeau; Bay Ventura; Mike Severin; George Farnkoff; 
Bruce Porio; Mr. Gillis, coach. 






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First row — Carlene Butler; L. Langone; 

Stephanie Langone; Joan Bellissimo; 
Sally Frost; Linda McVicker. Second ran 
— Valerie Case; Karen Boeri; Sandra 
Famsworth. Third row — Lisa Branzetti; 
Andrea Silverman, Ann Curran. 



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First row — Nello Frederikok; Ralph Halpen; Richard Barry; Bill Bardiali; Jim Bransfield; John 
Barry; Dave Spring. Second row — Barry Phillips; Leo Campbell; Jim Murphy; Rick Keene; Cliff 
Friberg; Larry Harrington; Chris Nee; Sven Wiberg; Jim Martin, Coach Kelley. Third row — 
Mike Esposito; Bob Scarano; Wade Holbrook; Dave Anderson; Mike Curran; Dick Gillis; 
Stephen Gustus; Jon Hayward; Bruce McMillan; David Hooper; Frank McLean; John Daniel; 
Kevin McCormick; Doug Stewart. 









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STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY -First row-Terry Con- 
ners; John Bognore; Mrs. Basmajian; Sally Fantasia. Second 
row — Jacki Cawthron; Maureen Given; Kathy Bradley; Robin 
Moore; Barry Garden; Bobby Lyford. Third row — Scott 
Sheerin; Lori Suggs; Harry Stewart; Greg Coolidge; Peter 
George. Fourth row— Kevin McCormick; Paula Bodenstein; 
Donna Ferrara; Ann London. Fifth row — Billy Gustus. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY -First row- Susan Adams; Peggy 
Vayo; Lori Suggs; Miss Kroll; Connie Moulton; Nancy Olson; Carol 
Freeman. Second roiuSusan Crawford; Ann Lombard; Linnea Wiberg; 
Dale Peterson. Third row — Bobby Lyford; Dave Doucette; Tom Bea- 
ton; Jon Hayward; Billy Gustus; Larry Harrington; Ricky Keane; Robert 
Hogg; Mike Harrington. 



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CHESS CLUB -Playing- John Bognore; John McKenzie. Standing-John Daniel; Richard 
Cram; Bill Darling; Tom Vayo; Bobby Knowlton; Bob Walsh; Dave Barrett. 



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SCIENCE CLUB- First row -Gary Burt; Mike McF>eters; Mike Kaminski; Robert Hogg; Ed 
Adams; Gary Burt; Pat Craeia. Second row — Suzanna Krey; Susan Adams; Susan Doucette; 
Wendy Jensen; Michelle Lombard; Fred Campbell; Paula Winters; Janice Halpin; R. Butler; 
M. Cunningham. Third row-Mr. Krey; Dave Leak; Ralph Halpin; Jon Hayward; Ken Corum; A. 
Keefe; S. Fielding; J. Spada; Elaine Lyfbrd; Mike Harrington. 




BUSINESS CLUB - First rou - B. Campbell; Gail Case; M. Cote. Second rou - Barbara Maynard; 
M. Markev; Susan Downs; Barbara Graves; Mrs. Belanger; Beth Krugaluk; Dawn Lyman; S. 
Howe; B. Schue; D. Field; Connie Moulton; Sheila Lacey; Mrs. Harvey. 




MATH CLUB-/-;/s7 raw-. 
Debbie Shukus; Ann Lom- 
bard; Jean Kovacks; Michelle 
Lombard; Miss Faro; Harry 
Stewart; Richard Buck; Jona- 
than Hayward; William De- 
Lisle. Second row — Patti 
Kelley; Peggy Vayo; Susan 
Crawford; Michael Kamin- 
ski; Wayne Sferrazza; Larry 
Harrington. 



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ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUR 
— Seated — Judy Strand; Sue 
Barry; Fran Raker; Kathy 
Sugrue; Kathy Smith; Mar- 
garet D'Errieo; Ronnie 
McCabe; Linda Adams; 
Maureen Lyons. Standing — 
Joanne MaeQuarrie; Patty 
Ross; Valerie Johnson; Joy 
Passmore; Jean Rirkenhach. 










CHEF CLUR — Dave Spring; Frank Shukas; Ceorge Rooney; Wayne Kirhy; Rob Doyle; Leo 
Campbell; Wes Ryan; Danny Tienen; Ken Kumm; Ron Lawrenson; Paul Capozzi. 



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AUDURON CLUR -Wayne Bennett; Mark Rouvier; Angela Alecandro; Art Keefe; David Rerry; 
Sharon Fullerton; Charlene Rerry; Mrs. Shea; Margie Mallet. 






CREATIVE EXPRESSION -Mrs. Kouree; Greg 
Coolidge; Bill Manning; Donna Ferrara; Bill 
McCue; Jim Duffy; Sue Scaro; Mary Chester. 
Not pictured — Seamus Berkeley; Paida Boden- 
stein; Michael Fioretti; Tom Pickowitz; Dawn 
Peterson. 




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ART CLUB-Firvf row - Margaret 
Stevens; Jeanette Arsenault; Gale 
Boyden; Michelle Amicangioli; 
Maureen Quinn; Miss Kulisich. 
Second row -Fred Campbell; Don 
Alhanese; Wayne Sferrazza; Art 
Campbell; Mark O'Hearn; Mike 
Harrington; Ron Colbalt. 



SPANISH CLUB -Seated -Cindy Stone; Dale McCully; 
Carrie Krasznehwicz; Linda Childs; Lois Miller. Standing 
- Bob Hogg; Peter George; Bob Conlin; Mr. Gonzales. 





TEXT LETTERING CLUB -Cheryl Fowler; Debbie Athanas; Mrs. McDonald; Ann Razey; 
Wendy Wlber; Myra TenHeuson; Betty Suggs; Ann Marie Breakey; Debby Lother; Janice 
Boignore. 



FOLK SINGING -June Foley; Nancy 
Olson; Mrs. Mindell; Pam Manson; 
Margaret Stevens; Debbie Grant. 




TRAVEL CLVB-First wu;-Cindy 
Johns; Pat Hall; Cheryl Knickle; Joyce 
Vecchiarelli; Cathy Knowlton. Second 
row — Mrs. Gershon; Pat LaVine; 
Sandy Ferrara; Kathy Baker; Betty Jam- 
gochian; Tina Armstrong; Sandy Ford; 
Denise LaVine. 



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BRIDCiE CLUB-Se«fe<:/ 
— Allan Reese; Ciuil Gus- 
tafson; Paul Green; John 
Arvanitas; Dana Me- 
Quade; Diane Spear. 
Standing— Nancy White; 
Joe Harris; Miss Dadoly. 





PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-Marge Campbell; Laurie MacDonald; Nancy Crosson; Judy Watson; 
Mr. Grecoe; Cindy Diva; Lorraine Slattery; Ellen LaFavor. 



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STAMP CLUB- Jim Murphy; Dave 
Mather; Richard Grander; Mr. Shiere; 
Scott Mosher. 



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METAL ENAMELING CLUB- 
Sandy Farnsworth; Mary Ann 
Bimbo; Dick Carter; Michelle 
Poirier; Mr. Dedeorge; Karen In- 
gram. 









GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB-Rena 
DeCecca; Maureen Lounshury; 
Karen Gagnon; Liz Godzyk; 
Dianne McDermott; Dianna 
Paulson; Joe Crispo; Dave Dal- 
ton; Judy Eaton; Rick Cole; Mr. 
Lentine. 





ROD AND GUN CLUB-Se« red-Leonard 
Sawyer; Roger Worth; Bob Hamilton; Steven 
Salire. Standing— Bob Welch; Gail Provenzano; 
Martha Meads; Chris Mahoney; David Hooper; 
Charles Swain; Joe Sciarrappa; Robert Scott. 



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DRAMA CLUB — Seated— Lisa Pelletier; Paula Winters; Jean Kovacs; Karen Olson. Standing- 
Roy Dudley; Debbie Shukus; Janice Spada; Robert Storer; Jim Haekett; Richard Morasco; 
Anthony Romano; Shannon O'Brien. Not p re sent— Lance Piatt. 




FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB -Joyce Vec- 
chiarelli; Leslie Dluzneski; Donna Sheehan; 
Mrs. Aldrich; Judy Blair; April Anderson; 
Evelyn Smith; Pat Kelley; Linda Gamble. 



BOYS GYM LEADERS -Firsfrou;- Tom South- 
mayd; Ray Ventura; D. Kindred; John Conlin; 
Bill Badiali; Greg Corcoran; Art Bibeau; Larry 
Gallagher. Second row — Alan Jansen; Paul 
Ritchie; Dan Stygles; Mike Severin; Robert Con- 
lin; Rick Marasco; R. Dudley; Ed Bradbury. 




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KNITTING CLUB -First 
row — Nancy Sehultz; Diane 
Matthews; Bobbi DelRossi; 
Donna Dorval. Second row — 
Joanne Miller; Leslie Craw- 
ford; Patty Kennedy; Elea- 
nor Ingeneri; Elaine Rose. 
Standing — Joyce Huggins; 
Mrs. Fitzgibbons; Barbara 
Zaverson; Terri Hadley; 
Joan Goydon; Joan Gigliotti. 




SEWING CLUB -Karen Busby; Sharon O'Brien; Elbe McVicker; Mary Barry; Debbie Porter; 
Cheryl Bennett; Joan McDonald; Joyce Paraskeva; Cheryl Richards; Robin Baldwin. 




PING PONG CLUB -Paul Green; 

Joe Lunetta; Doug Stewart; Paul 
Gracia; Jim Bransfield; David New- 
house; Miss MacCarthy; Jill Leca- 
roz; Danny Tiernan; Mary Sciar- 
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CROCHETING CLUB-Ft'rsr row-Patty Hanlon; Lois Miller; Barbara Lavasy; Cheryl Bennett; 
Kathy Dawson; Dale McCnlley. Second row — Anne Matthews; Mrs. Lewis; Anne Palsey; Loret- 
ta Frederiekson; Terri O'Connors; Julia Howard; Nancy Hall; Mrs. Zawasky. 




ART CLUB — Sitting— Mark O'Hearne; Susan Miller; Jean Novak; Sheila Kellev; Patricia Kozer- 
ga; Kurt Zaverson; Carol Kinkaid; Debbie Inman. Standing — Susan Peabody; Lauri Graves; 
Rosemary Boylen; Denise Sampson; Bill Briggs; Maureen Given; Linda Giona; Liona Harvey; 
Christine Barbas. Not pictured— Mary Ann LaFolli. 




TABLE HOCKEY CLUB-Knee/fng- 
John Harrison; Damian Teirnan. Sitting- 
Tom Woods. First row — Paul Fitch; Betty 
Woods; Joyce Vecchiarelli; Wayne Hills; 
Gail Provenzano; Mike Herra; Dean Dev- 
lin; Paul Lezott; Les Wiberg; Kevin Mc- 
Cormick; Howie Combs; David Downs; 
George McGondel; Stephen Gustus; 
Michael Griffin; Wayne Kirby; Robert 
Reid. Second row — Patti Lawrenson; 
Jackie Micallizi; Jacki Cawthron; Robin 
Moore; Kathy Ingalls. 



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JUNIOR ROTARIANS -First row-Bob Lyford; Tom 
Beaton; Mr. McMahon; Jon Hayward; Rick Smallidge. 
Second row — Carl Cotter; Dennis Murphy; Rill Custus; 
Larry Harrington. 






MANACERS CLUB -On 

table — Steve Holloway; 
Ralph Dalton. Standing- 
Mr. Gillis, advisor; Den- 
nis Murphy; Dan Mae- 
Donald; Boh Conlin; 
Mike Severin; Jim Irwin. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL- First row- 
Jaeki Cawthron; Kathy Gilligan; Lorri 
Suggs; Susan Krey; Sally Fantasia. 
Second roiv — Mr. McDermott, advi- 
sor; Daniel Corsetti; Richard Gustaf- 
son; Fred Camphell; Stephen Towers; 
David Cone. 



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MAJORETTES - Kneeling - 
Terry Krasinski; Karen Lesnik; 
Joan Cuoco; Janet Sullivan; 
Diane Wentworth. Standing- 
Sandy Jaeske; Lauren Hancox; 
Michelle Elia; Martha Poloian; 
Linda Place; Peggy Vayo. 







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BAND — Firs? row — Susan Hosmer; 
Paula Jones; Tricia Vale; Jean 
Bleary; Ralph Dalton; Alan Riso; 
Lyz Godzyk; Steve Williams; Tom 
Wehher; Lynda Allison; Sally 
Stone. Second row — Debbie Lo- 
thei; Tom Ris; Edward Osgood; 
Dave Dalton; Cindy Jensen; Rick 
Bahia; Wade Holbrook; Mark 
Stira; Douglas Fish; David Pass- 
more. Third row — Hugo Wiberg; 
Gary Whitcomb; Lance Piatt; Sven 
Wiberg; David Hooper; Peter 
George; Jim Buck; David Cone; 
Richard Buck; Richard Barry. 




CONCERT CHOIR -First ran- Miss Jackson, director; Kathy 
Baker; Elizabeth Krugaluk; Deborah McGuiness; Patricia Han- 
Ion; Christine Armstrong; Tina Armstrong; Dorine Deschenes; 
Judith Strand; Judy Watson. Second row — Anne Mathews; 
Judith LaFavour; Carol Bradbury; Elaine Lyford; Karen In- 
gram; Diane Matthews; Jean Birkenbach; Joan Arsenault; Nancy 
Croison; Ruth Corum. Third row— Ellen Lafollette; David 
Mather; Garv Whitcomb; Hugo Wiberg; Michael Lyon; Joanne 
Miller; Peggy Vayo. 




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WORK STUDY-Firsf row- Mr. Cogan; Kathy Walsh; Beth Jepson; Gail Parent; David Walsh; 
Elaine Thorp; Donna Jordan; Mary Ann Morlani. Second row — Elaine Burpee; Glenna Downs; 
Margo Landry; Mary Sullivan; Marcia Cabone; Trudy Kennedy; Denise Bova. Third row — Leigh 
Webster; Marie Rieci; Charles Shea; Debbie Inman; Ralph Block; Dawn MeGillivrey; Richard 
Weed. Fourth row — Bob Welch; Richard Carter; Yves Gruber; James Jerrett. Fifth row — Margie 
Hass; Henry Johnson; Jim Gum; Kurt Hinxman; Tom Breene; Bob McKenna; John Jerrett. 










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SCIENCE ACTIVITY -Seated- Gary Bert; Michael McFeeters; John Kaminski; Bob Hogg; 
Edward Adams; Marcel Deveau. Standing — Janice Halpin; Wanda Jensen; Michelle Lombard; 
David Doucette; Kenneth Corum; Arthur Keefe; Mr. Krey, advisor. 



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PRINCIPAL'S PANEL-F/rsf row-Mary Cas- 
taldo; Jackie Micalizzi; Dale Peterson. Second 
row — Stephen Conrsey; Larry Harrington; 
Mike Rounds; Ronald Colbert; Frank Simmons. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS -Mary Castaldo, president; 
Lynn Murphy; Jay Garden; Janis Gennetti. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - Seatecl-Greg 
Coolidge; Steve Coursey. Standing— Andrea Silverman; 
Robert Pilcher. 







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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS -Mike Rounds; 
Maureen O'Donahue; Ann Novak; Joe Sciro; 
Phyllis Loekhart; Rose Mary Bransfield. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Judy Boeri, treasurer; Jackie Micalizzi, president; Lance Piatt, 
vice-president; Joan Cuoco, secretary. 










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SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD- Sea ted-Patti Lawren- 
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Mr. and Miss W.H.S. 

Lee Hubby and Dick Gillis 



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Best Actor and Actress 

Ann Stantial and Rick Bahia 



Best Personality 

Jackie Micalizzi and Bill Gustus 





Best Atheletes 

-inda Spinney and Mike Esposito 



Class Sweethearts 

Steve Catalano and Linda Valenti 



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Denise Sampson and Bill Briggs 




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Best Dressed 

Harry Latta and Rhonda Carlin 










Most Studious 

Bob Lyford and Ann Lombard 



Most Talkative 

Kathy Bradley and Carl Capozzi 




Best Build and Best Shape 

Carl Cotter and Michelle LaValle 



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Class Pests 
Dana Tighe and Ann Stantial 




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Brenda Locke and Ray York 




Class Clowns 

Snooky Lynch and Monica Gilardi 



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Prettiest Smiles 

Lee Hubby and Cliff Friberg 




Quickest Temper 

Patti Hodgdon and Jack Warford 





Prettiest Hair 

Don Harrison and Linda Place 




Prettiest Eyes 

Mike Curran and Patti Lawrenson 



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Sleepiest 

Jim Irwin and Linda Spinney 








Most Sophisticated 

Lance Piatt and Cindy Jensen 



Show Offs 

Don Harrison and Ann Stantial 



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Class Flirts 

Kathy Ingalls and Bill DeLisle 




Most Popular Freshmen 

Mary Castaldo and Paul Capozzi 



Most Popular Sophomores 

Doug Harrison and Sally Mclver 



Most Popular Juniors 

Frank Simmons and Merilee Cavanaugh 



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Gloria Marsh; Robin Meads; Judy Hezlitt; Kathy 
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LINDA A. ADAMS 

Linda 
Remembers: Getting a doctor's note to get 
out of gym all four years, trying to get Mrs. 
Cronin's essays in every Friday on time, 
taking a nap in Gino's room. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Working at Grant's, having to get up every 
morning for school. . . . Interest: Jimmy. . . . 
Outlook: Getting married in May to J. J., being 
happy. 




AMY ANDERSON 
Amy 

Ski Club 4, J.V. Show, Senior Play. ... Re- 
members: 215 girls' room: the office; Oct. 
25, 1969; Mr. G.; Billies party; trips to N.Y.; 
Hampton; Tony in the toilet; Ray. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Coast Guard, the office, people 
who think that they're better than anyone 
else. . . . Notable Deeds: Eddie, driving 
school, suspension, teachers that don't lis- 
ten. . . . Interests: Working at Fitzgerald's, 
waiting for Ray, being late for school, skip- 
ping and getting caught, P.O.D. class. . . . 
Outlook: Marrying Ray, just being happy, 
being rich, having children. 





RUSSELL A. ALLARD 
Russell 



SUSAN J. ADAMS 
Sue 
National Honor Society. . . . Remembers 
Meeting Terry, passing tests. . . . Pet Peeves 
Homework, book reports. . . . Interests 
Science Club, Chess Club, Terry. . . . Out- 
look: L.M.H. School of Nursing. 





PAMELA L. BACON 

Pam 

Concert Choir, J.V. Show, Senior Play, Ski 
Club, Yearbook. . . . Remembers: Mr. Lvnch's 
algebra I class with Louis; Junior Skip Day; 
11/29/69; 12/19/71; Maine with Earle, E.E., 
D.K., J.M. ... Pet Peeves: G.W.; conceited, 
unfriendly people; people who knock my 
short dresses. . . . Notable Deed: Passing all 
12 years right in a row. . . . Interests: Boys 
and more boys, Jim, little children, 'vettes. 
. . . Outlook: Becoming a probation officer 
or social worker, ending up happily mar- 
ried with four beautiful children. 



GEORGE A. ANDERSON 

Monster 

Football, Skiing. . . . Remembers: Roasting 
marshmellows at 12:30 and getting caught 
at football camp. . . . Pet Peeve: Bordom in 
classes. . . . Notable Deed: Graduating. . . . 
Interest: Rich women. . . . Outlook: Marry- 
ing a rich girl, divorcing her, getting her to 
pay me alimony. 








RICHARD T. RAHIA 

Rick 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; J.V. Show; Senior 
Play. . . . Remembers: Corner in 101, senior 
play cast party, play rehearsals, the Big O, 
sleeping in Mr. Fardy's class, M.S.L., Tony 
in the toilet. . . . Pet Peeves: Clock in Mr. 
Cripps' class, J.I.'s sideburns, being attacked 
by A.S., band at football games, grooves in 
the drafting tables. . . . Notable Deed: Nail- 
ing the set to the stage. . . . Interests: Swim- 
ming, music, traveling, gymnastics, good 
times, J.M. . . . Outlook: Reeoming a real 
man, doing the best and being the best at 
anything I do. 




LOUISE BAKER 

Wibgit 

Chorus 1, J.V. Show, Patrons' Drive 3, Sen- 
ior Play, Ski Club, Yearbook. . . . Remembers: 
Mr. Lynch's algebra I class with Pain, Junior 
Skip Day, bomb scares, 7/16/70, 11/25/70, 
all my friends at W.H.S. . . . Pet Peeves: 
G.W., people who think they know every- 
thing. . . . Notable Deed: Finally getting out 
of W.H.S. . . . Interests: Lennie, helping ex- 
ceptional children. . . . Outlook: Getting 
married, having four kids. 



FRANCES M. BAKER 
Fran 
Sr. Play, J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: Riding 
from Purdy's on the subway with the class 
president for two hours, all the sleep-outs. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Getting caught by Mr. Kelley 
while running to lunch, homework. . . . Nota- 
ble Deed: Passing in my vocabulary home- 
work on the day it was due. . . . Interest: To 
live someplace where the winter never comes 
and where there are no wars. . . . Outlook: 
Getting married, having a family. 




CYNTHIA J. BALCOM 
Cindy 
J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: Thanksgiving 
70, the 3 B's. Maiden with N.S., Memorial 
Day Weekend '70, Hail Weegie!, Maine, 
Mrs. Bell's wedding, Sidekick, ice cubes. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Dirty sneakers, arm bands, flag 
displayed disrespectfully. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Passing algebra II, working at Sweetheart 
Plastics for longer than an hour. . . . Interests: 
Getting through college, being with my 
gang, D.W. . . . Outlook: Becoming a physical 
therapist. 





GARY RAKER 
Gary 




ARTHUR A. BARNABY 
Artie 
Remembers: Reeoming a senior. . . . Pet 
Peeve: School lunches. . . . Notable Deed: 
Having someone else do my homework. . . J 
Outlook: Getting out of high school before I 
get my pension. 






SUSAN BARRY 

Sue 

Remembers: Junior Skip Day, the prom, the 
bomb scares, Dennis, Joan, doubling with 
F.B. and PH., P.O.D. class with Mr. D. . . . 
Pet Peeve: Gym classes. . . . Interests: Ski- 
ing, Dennis, bowling, having fun. . . . Out- 
look: Living a long and happy life, getting 
married in a few years. 




JUDITH BOERI 
Jude 

Class treasurer 3, 4; Basketball Cheerleader 
3, co-captain 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; J.V. 
Show; Alpha 4. . . . Remembers: Rm. 1 13 with 
J.C.; freshman and sophomore years; skip- 
ping down the corridor; Henry Gibson jokes; 
J.V. Show rehearsals; distilled water bottle; 
skipping once. . . . Pet Peeves: Being classi- 
fied, being used, my nose. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Eating apples, getting J.M. fixed up for the 
Junior Prom '69, being a corpse in the J.V. 
Show. . . . Interests: Skiing, art, the guys. . . . 
Outlook: Becoming a commercial artist, join- 
ing the Peace Corps. 





THOMAS F. BEATON 
Tombo 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Soc- 
cer 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Yearbook; Student 
Government 3. . . . Remembers: Pep talks 
from Rocky, Mr. Kelley's math class, four on 
four with Gino. . . . Pet Peeves: English 
class, losing to Gino, unable to beat Andover 
in basketball, trying to shut Larry up. . . . 
Interests: Sports, having a good time. . . . Out- 
look: Making enough money after graduation 
to retire and live in Taihiti for the rest of my 
days. 




CHERYL BOMPANE 
Bompi 

Ski Club, Arts and Crafts. . . . Remembers: 
Mrs. B's U.S. class; July 21, 1968; J.V. Show; 
the prom; class play; W.C.; Mrs. Martin; 
Drum Corp; lunches; 215; camping. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Gym, tests, snobs, people who think 
they're great, lunch, people that don't listen 
to anyone else. . . . Negative Memories: Sus- 
pension, Mr. D., teachers that don't listen, 
coming to Wilmington, W.H.S. . . . Interests: 
Wayne, traveling, art, horses, having fun, 
camping. . . . Outlook: School, travel, then 
marriage, kids. 



LINDA BERUBE 
Linda 
Remembers: Senior Play, J.V. Show. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Cafe's peanut butter with American 
Chop Suey, gymnastics. . . . Interests: Skat- 
ing, basketball, watching hockey, sewing, 
cooking. . . . Outlook: Becoming a laboratory 
technician. 




JOSEPH BOTELHO, JR. 
Joe 

Hockey 1; Cross Country 1,2; Senior Play. • • • 
Remembers: Waldon Pond, my '60 Comet, 
senior class party after the play, a girl named 
"Gerry". . . . Pet Peeves: Getting caught 
cutting in lunch line, gym class first period, 
cutting class and getting caught by coach. . . . 
Interests: Hockey, Hot Rod's, gymgastics, 
electronics. . . . Outlook: Becoming an elec- 
tronic technician, just being what 1 really 
want to be. 




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DENISE BOVA 

Dino 
Remembers: Jack in the Box. Anns partx . 
going for breakfast, stops at T-Eleven before 
the drive-in. D.A.. V.B.. B.H . Mrs. Long's 
English class. 215 cirls room. . . . Pet Fee\e>: 
'.e who think the\ are creat. kids who 
talk behind others' backs; big-mouth girls. . . . 
Interests: Weekends, vacations, any time 
out of WHS, having tun. . . . Outlook: Finding 
happiness 




WILLIAM J BRK - 
Bill 
H. R. Representative 2. . . . Remembers: Sue 
and trips to Haverhill, party is over. D. H 
and Hillson stew. Junior Sjip Day. Jacki and 
tun at the island and "Ye old A-frair - 
Rule's art classes lliams. car accident 

with M. Land. M. R.. the loss of a finger. 
Martha's rd. Linda and our Christmas 

sarties. J. W.„ DeMoulas. sensativitx 
Pet Pee\ V n - algebra classes. . . . 

Interest: Painting, art. . . . Outlook: Getting 
a bachelor of science in art. settling down. 



KATHLEEN BRADLEY 
Brad 
Field Hockey L Softball 1. 2. 4; J.Y. Show; 
Executive Board 4; Yearbook. . . . Remem- 
bers: W.C.. room 22S. Mac's. Burger Kim^. 
all the things we pulled over on J.B.. mv 
fellow wenches, the detour siijn. the S.S. 102. 
C.M.'s party, the hatmobile, CYO ski trips, 
A.H. at Kitte Kart. . . . Pet Peeves: People who 
say I can't drive, phonies, being told what to 
do. my glasses. . . . Interests: Skiing, Walt, 
dirt roads, laughing, talking, winter, wine. . . . 
Outlook: Traveling, owning a motorcycle, 
iiettim: into college, joining the Peace Corps., 
eventually getting married. 




DENISE L BUREAU 

Denise 

Arts and Crafts. . . . Remembers: Deceml>er 

Mrs \\ ebl»er. my senior year, skipping 

school, flunking my road test twice. . . . Pet 

- School lunches, conceited people 

\ table Deed: Graduating from high -chool. 
. . . Inte: - - Hiking, reading, Warren. . . . 
Ouflook: Getting _ >d job. then getting 
married. 





THOMAS J. BREEN. JR. 
Tommy 

Remembers: Mr. Cripps' classes and junior 
year at W.H.S., sleepouts, skip davs. . . 
Notable Deed: Graduating. . . . Interest: 
Succeeding in life. . . . Outlook: Entering 
field of computors. 




DIANE E BLRKE 
Diane 
Executive Board 3. 4; J.Y. Show; Alpha 4; 
Future Nurses" Club 4. . . . Remembersa 
Idiot comer in algebra; sophomore chorus; 
Hampton with D.S.. D.A.. and K K . getting 
courage to ask D.S. to the prom; bomb scares;) 
going to Boston. . . . Pet Peeves: Blondes!, 
people who are alwavs in a good mood, not 
being let in on a secret. . . . Notable Deedsa 
Decorating my locker, talking, my snowball] 
club. . . . Interests: Snow, vacation, tons on 
fun, one special bov. 



ELAINE M. BURPEE 
Elaine 

Majorette 1, 2, 3; Senior Play; J.V. Show. . . . 
Remembers: Night of Junior Prom, "The 
Grape", Jackie's great steal, Junior Sleep-out, 
P.O.D., trip to California in the summer of 
70, when Kenny was a good kid. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Conceited people, milk, leaky pens, 
school lunches, pushy people. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Surviving through W.H.S., being able 
to live through Cino's class, finishing all my 
hats for Christmas. . . . Interests: Hairdress- 
ing, . 




MARCIA A. CARBONE 
Marsh 
Field Hockey 1; Senior Play; Yearbook. . . . 
Remembers: Tommy, Hampton, winter of 
70 with Jan, a certain night with Donna and 
Sheila in Hampton, the bog, summer of '69, 
Boston, Mr. Fessenden. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Aggrevating people, people with no patience, 
phonies, saying good-bye, having other 
people influence my thinking. . . . Negative 
Memories: Staying back, I.S.S., Mr. D., busi- 
ness law. . . . Interests: Tommy, skiing, bowl- 
ing, reading, having fun. . . . Outlook: further- 
ing my education; traveling; 





PHILLIP BUTLER 

Howdy Elf 

Remembers: Going to New York, "70", the 
boys at North Wilmington Drug. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Hippies, Wilmington girls, English 
teachers. . . . Negative Memory: House at 
Crane's Beach. . . . Interests: Girls. . . . Out- 
look: Being a millionaire playboy with a 
dozen breweries. 




RHONDA J. CARLIN 

Rhonda 

Pep Squad; Alpha 3; French Club 4; Student 
Council 3; NHS 3, 4. . . . Remembers: 02101 
vs. 02102, "zippers", Wakefield and Everett, 
short weekends, hancheapotsuisnous, cer- 
tain classes??, Room 213 (liberals vs. conser- 
vatives). . . . Pet Peeves: Noisy eaters, "buz- 
zard", people who thry to make life more 
complicated than it really is. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Getting my license, making it through 
biology!, being able to go someplace without 
getting lost, graduating! . . . Interests: Life, 
people. . . . Outlook: Going to college, major- 
ing in French. 



CARL W. CAPOZZI 

Gino 

Ski Club, Chess Club, Hockey. . . . Remem- 
bers: "7" seconds, J.V. Show, Junior Class 
Sleepout, Junior Skip Day. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Wilmington girls, weekend hippies, big 
mouths like I used to be. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Freshmen class president, hit of J.V. Show. 
. . . Interests: Girls, skiing, skating, weekend 
ski trips. . . . Outlook: Being an international 
ski bum, being famous. 




FRANCIS X. CARROLL, JR. 

Frank 

Remembers: Gino's class, playing hockey at 
two o'clock in the morning, skip day, N.Y. 
trip, summer of 1970. . . . Pet Peeve: Having 
people say, "I told you so.". . . . Notable 
Deed: Getting a 92 in English. . . . Outlook: 
Furthering education, making enough money, 
being happy. 





RICHARD A. CARTER 
Dick 
Work Study. . . . Remembers: The day Dennis 
threw the sink out the boys' room window. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Mr. Garrett, school. . . . Negative 
Memory: Bob Welch. . . . Interests: Chevies, 
cars, getting a new car. . . . Outlook: Loafing 
as much as possible. 




CARL D. COTTER 

Carl 

Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Remem- 
bers: Getting a 97 in English my senior year, 
almost beating Andover in track in my sopho- 
more year. . . . Pet Peeve: Being on time for 
school. . . . Outlook: Winning the New Eng- 
land Discuss title, marrying Renee and be- 
ing happy. 



STEPHEN CATALANO 

Steve 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3. . . . Remembers: Fragile shoulders, 
the whistle, Linda, Roger, Cueball, Mutton- 
head, Wonder Boy, Dink, The Dice, Cham- 
pionships, Carrigan, Red-Cross. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Lunch ladies, physics, advanced 
math, injuries, losing. . . . Notable Deed: I 
graduated. . . . Interests: All sports, my '67 
Barracuda. . . . Outlook: Succeeding in what- 
ever I attempt, leading a good and happy life, 
getting along with that girl named Valente. 




SUSAN J. CRAWFORD 
Sue 

Softball 1; Math League 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 
4; J.V. Show; Yearbook. . . . Remembers: 
The "Zoo", Kelley's Kornies, the Snob Soci- 
ety, French, friends, M.Y.F., Norwood and 
California, English 03101. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Sick jokes, phonies, ingrates, boring subjects, 
Mr. D., science projects, college applications. 
. . . Negative Memories: Physics, Milt Famee 
in Iceland, three ants in a bottle, English. . . . 
Interests: Reading, people, tennis, swim- 
ming, softball, basketball, ping pong, ice 
skating, mathematics (!). 





JACQUELINE A. CAWTHRON 

Jacki 

Field Hockey 1; Student Council 3, 4; Exec 
utive Board 4; Ski Club 4. . . . Remember; 
"Billie Dawn's" party, 5/9/70, Mustang 
Annie, "Mic," Bob, Tony in the toile 
"Grungi," Miss Dadoly. . . . Pet Peeve; 
Wenches; Jungle Jane; Jackson, Maine 
Chorus-126. . . . Negative Memories: Bad 
ing over curbs, Boones Farm, the Gramma 
Bible, Joyce. . . . Interests: Travel in the U.S 
further schooling, marriage and a happ 
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JOAN CUOCO 
Cuoco 
Band 1, 2; Majorettes 2, 3, capt. 4; Class 
Secretary 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: 
Sept. 28, 1968 and Don; my fellow wenches, 
last year's gang; talks; skipping down the 
ball. • • • Pet Peeves: Mono, small minded 
people, people who are always right. . . . 
Negative Memories: Coming in at 10:00, 
fuly 4th weekend, boring Friday nights. . . . 
Interests: Marching, winter and snow, doing 
try thing, fooling around, bikes, my friends, 

0. H Outlook: College, N.Y.C., modeling, 

raveling, being happy. 




DEBORAH L. DAY 
Debbie 

Remembers: Home ec. parties, Billy, senior 
lunch table. . . . Pet Peeves: Any kind of 
math. . . . Interests: Sewing, cooking, travel- 
ing. . . . Outlook: Becoming a nurse. 





MICHAEL P. CURRAN 

Carrigan 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Vice President 
2. . . . Remembers: Two M.V.C. Champion- 
ships, Frenchie, Lappa, Lefty, C. E., The 
Rock, The Whistle, dancing in Al Hope's 
car, Jack Warf. . . . Pet Peeves: Book reports, 
term papers. . . . Outlook: Being happy no 
matter what I do. 




ANTHONY J. DEFRANCESCO 

Tony 
Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Track 2; J.V. Show; 
Wrestling; Senior Play; Yearbook. . . . Re- 
members: J.V. Show and Mr. Osmond, the 
parties after the J.V. Show and Senior Play, 
skipping school and not getting caught. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Mr. Garrett, graduation practice, > 
rainy days in April and May, winter, school. 
. . . Negative Memories: English class, doing 
a 20-page term paper for Mr. Cripps, trying 
to make up all work before sign out day, being 
in high school. . . . Interests: Girls, drums, 
scuba diving, Barbara. . . . Outlook: Beating 
the draft, making lots of money. 



JOHN DANIELL 

Eagle 
Spring Track, Cross Country, Science Club, 
Chess Club. . . . Remembers: Junior Skip 
Day, having French tor three years with Miss 
Bocchino. . . . Pet Peeve: Running Cross 
Country. . . . Notable Deed: Fifth place in the 
Science Fair as a sophomore. . . . Interests: 
Girls; stamp, coin, and rock collections. . . . 
Outlook: Becoming a doctor. 




WILLIAM G. DELISLE 
Billy 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 4; 
Family Living Committee; Dance Commit- 
tee. . . . Remembers: G.E. with Lefty; Lapper 
and Balloon Head; D.H., Nov. 3, 1970; J. A.; 
J.G. . . . Pet Peeves: Stuck-up football 
players, being prepared for college, teachers 
cramming work the last week of school. . . . 
Notable Deeds: Graduating, passing Mr. 
Kelley's class two consecutive years, 
GAGLD. . . . Interests: The finer things in 
life. . . . Outlook: Dim, bright, hopeful. 





FRANK J. DE MARCO JR. 

Frankie 

Remembers: French skits, Mr. Kelley's 
math classes. . . . Pet Peeves: English class, 
people who think they are great. . . . Notable 
Sayings: What do you care?, so!, what of it. 
. . . Interests: A few. . . . Outlook: Dim. 







MAUREEN E. DOANE 

Maureen 
Riding, Swimming, Concerts. . . . Remem- 
bers: New York, Humble Pie, Cambridge, 
Tea Party. . . . Pet Peeves: School, third 
lunch, gym. . . . Interests: Music, traveling. 
. . . Outlook: Finishing school, traveling. 



MARCARET D'ERRICO 

Remembers: The smokes in the girls' room, 
leaving study on last period, Mrs. Cershon, 
doing anything to pass my four years. . . . 
Pet Peeves: People that think they are really 
something else, teachers making you stay 
alter because you're two minutes late for class. 
. . . Interest: Arthur. . . . Outlook: Moving out 
of Wilmington, getting married, making 
money, traveling. 





RONALD DUGAY 
Ron 



EUGENE DOUCETTE 

Gene 
Ski Club. . . . Remembers: Junior Prom, 
Mighty Nova, Deb, suspension, weekend 
ski trip. . . . Pet Peeves: Jean!, Mr. Garrett. 
. . . Interests: Deb. . . . Outlook: Air Force, 
getting married. 





LESLIE DLUZNIESKI 

Les 

Future Teachers' Club, Pep Club, A.F.S. . . . 
Remembers: Most of all, summer of '70; 
Junior Skip Day; Mr. Kelley's jokes; Mrs. 
Aldrich's English classes; bomb scares; 
sophomore sleep-out; Danny; 7/11/70; 
10/3/70; all my friends at W.H.S. ... Pet 
Peeve: People who don't care about others. 
. . . Notable Deed: Passing Mr. Kelley's alge- 
bra II class. . . . Interests: Dancing, snow- 
mobiling, New Hampshire. . . . Outlook: 
Touring Europe this summer, going to col- 
lege next year to major in elementary educa- 
tion. 



EARLE R. ELLIS 
Earle 




BRIAN T. FARRELL 
Brian 




MICHAEL J. ESPOSITO 

Mike 

Football 1,2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3, 4. . . . Remembers: The football games, 
practices. 



STEPHEN A. ELSWORTH 

Els 

Remembers: Jack in the Box, Scrub, Al's 
class, unscheduled vacations, "Free-ones". 
. . . Pet Peeve: Monday— Friday. . . . Outlook: 
Getting rich the quickest way possible. 






JANIS E. FIELD 
Tiny 
Yearbook. . . . Remembers: My Fair Lady, 
POD class. . . . Pet Peeves: People who are 
always in the way, being called "Tiny". . . . 
Notable Deed: Being helpful and cheerful. 
. . . Interest: Taking care of small children. 
. . . Outlook: Marrying, moving to a small 
town. 



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SALLY L. FANTASIA 

Sally 

Field Hockey 1; Wildcat Mascot 2; Football 
Cheerleading 2, 3, capt. 4; Student Council, 
treasurer 4; Student Government Day 4. . . . 
Remembers: Getting license, Monday nights, 
3/17/70, sleepout and beach party, Junior 
Week, 10/27/67. ... Pet Peeves: Hypocrites, 
boring classes. . . . Negative Memories: Job 
seeking, Mr. Kelley's tests and jokes, junior 
year, French skits, climbing in and out of cafe 
benches, cheerleading practice. . . . Interests: 
The arts, swimming, sports. . . . Outlook: 
Graduating from school of nursing, seeking 
happiness through understanding. 












LORRAINE P. FINLAY 
Lorraine 
Pep Club, J.V. Show, Cake Sale, Yearbook. 
. . . Remembers: Vocabulary day, 7th grade 
in the High School, Ricky's seminars, all the 
plans, trip to Pennsylvania. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Teachers who open the windows on cold 
days, gym, lunches, kids who insult others. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Surviving three years in 
Mrs. A.'s class, passing two years of Mr. K.'s 
math class. . . . Interests: People, having fun. 
. . . Outlook: College. 




CAROL A. FREEMAN 
Carol 
Concert Choir 2; Color Guard 2; N.H.S. 4; 
Yearbook co-editor 4; Ski Club 3, 4. . . . Re- 
members: August 1, 1969; February 14, 
1970; December 22, 1970; the Youth Center; 
working at Lucci's; driving my VW; "man- 
aging one member of the track team". . . . Pet 
Peeve: People who can't take life as it is 
without trying to make it overly profound. 
. . . Notable Deeds: "Almost" learning to ski, 
finally getting my license, and GRADU- 
ATING!. . . . Interests: Jim, my family, my 
future family, skiing, driving VW's. 



JO ANN FLEMING 

Jo 
Remembers: Our successful skip day. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Bossy people, getting up in the 
morning to come to school. . . . Interests: 
Working as a nurses' aide at the T.H. and 
N.E.M.H., skiing, motorcycle racing. . . . Out- 
look: Going to Lowell General School of 
Nursing, traveling, marrying. 




CAROL A. FRANCIS 
Carol 
Art Club. . . . Remembers: Skipping school 
and getting caught once, three bomb scares. 
. . . Pet Peeves: People's constant putting 
down of others who are different, the draft. 
. . . Negative Memories: My first years in 
W.H.S., the shock of it. . . . Interests: People, 
nature, the ocean. . . . Outlook: Everyone 
finding that peace goes deeper than just a 
word. 





BARBARA J. FLORES 
Barb 
J.V. Show; Senior Play; Yearbook; Executive 
Board. . . . Remembers: 8:02 Lowell, Junior 
Prom, J.V. Show, Senior Play, weekends at 
Brenda's, Kathy's closet, shaving cream, be- 
ing mistaken for Brenda, driving to Lunen- 
burg. . . . Pet Peeves: People who call me a 
tease, people who don't stay out of other 
people's affairs. . . . Notable Deeds: A cer- 
tain night at the Plaza, Kathy's helping hand. 
. . . Interests: Tony, to go to California. . . . 
Outlook: Making people happy, being a wife 
and mother like my mother. 




CLIFFORD S. FRIBERG 



Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show; Band 1, 2, 
3; Student Council 2. . . . Remembers: Junior 
Year, hard practice for track, trading lockers 
with Linda, forgetting to remember. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Skipping track practice, racing to 
lunch, dreaming in class. . . . Negative Memo- 
ries: Reading to the class, taking notes all 
day, typing. . . . Interests: Hockey, skating, 
swimming, sleeping. . . . Outlook: Becoming 
a spray painter or a teacher. 






LINDA D. GAMBLE 
Lynn 
Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1; 
Alpha 1, 2, 3; Yearbook. . . . Bemembers: 
Monadnock, summer of '69, "Cornelia" and 
others, Kitty's, 5/23/70, hanchopetsuisnous, 
"Early in the Morning", broken bones. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Falling down the cafe stairs in 
front of someone you've tried hard to impress, 
finding a dead fly in your cheeseburger, 
French skits. . . . Notable Deeds: Mastering 
the art of playing the kazoo, achieving a goal 
in Mrs. Aldrich's class. . . . Interests: Skiing, 
B.P., the guitar, M.Y.F., underclassmen 
friends, sports. 




BICHABD F. GEABTY 
Gud 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1,2.... Bemembers: 
Duce's Mighty Nova, B. Nickerson's party, the 
cafe. . . . Pet Peeves: Getting up in the morn- 
ing, guidance. . . . Interest: Fooling around, 
having fun. . . . Outlook: Someway becoming 
a success in some field. 





BICHABD M. GILLIS 
Dick 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Track 
1, 2, 3, 4. . . . Bemembers: Three football 
championships, Joan, the whistle, my family, 
the Cushings, a girl from Sweden. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Kids that grow their hair long and 
think they found the answer to the world's 
problems, sportswriters, losing to Tewks- 
bury. . . . Interests: Sports, Baquel Welch. 
Irish curling, playing linebacker with Dick 
Buturs, Dartmouth football. . . . Outlook: Get- 
ting into Dartmouth, somehow; finding a 
pleasant, good looking girl who just happens 
to be filthy rich. 



DOBOTHY M. GABDNEB 
Dottie 

Bemembers: California, summer of '70, 
Christmas Eve, the fight with N.B.G., Bifle 
Bange, DeMoulas, the trailer, broken win- 
unior Skip Day, Sunday softball games, 
Salisbury. . . . Pet Peeves: Sensitivity, gym, 
algebra II. 





FBANCIS GABVIN 
Francis 



MONICA D. GILABDI 
Mona 
Drug Committee. . . . Bemembers: P.O.D. 
class; English 4301; D.H.; Y.G.; Mrs. Cronin; 
215 girls' room; Tom; Dec, 1969. ... Pet 
Peeves: Snobs, conceited people, school, 
algebra, biology, baggy nylons, kids, useless 
classes, phonies, people who think they are 
what they aren't. . . . Negative Memories: 
School rules, all the things I could have but 
never did. . . . Interests: Drum coqis, teach- 
ing. . . . Outlook: Becoming a history teacher, 
owning a red corvette. 




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MAUREEN GIVEN 

Mo 

Student Government, J.V. Show, Patrons' 
Drive, Senior Candy Sale. . . . Remembers: 
Maine, a certain hoy, SS102, Lowell, the 
terrific trio, the races, the Sheriffs office, 
Mosimaldi. . . . Pet Peeves: Early birds, two- 
faced hypocrites, nosey people, people who 
don't mind their own business. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Getting to school on time, getting 
K.O.B.'s learner's permit. . . . Interests: 
Traveling, boys, peace. . . . Outlook: Becom- 
ing a legal secretary. 




YVESF. GRUBER 
Frank 

Football 1, Hockey 2. . . . Remembers: Stand 
in freshman year-, Mr. Grecoe's English class. 
. . . Pet Peeves: Studying, principals, getting 
up to come to school. . . . Interests: Florence, 
cars, sports, working and getting a big pay 
check. . . . Outlook: Having a happy and suc- 
cessful life. 



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BRENDA J. GRAVES 
Bren 
Prom Committee 3, J.V. Show, Sr. Play, Year- 
book. . . .Remembers: Shaving cream, Lunen- 
burg, Anne's party, 8:02, Viva, Bobby, being 
mistaken for Barb, being left off at Plaza, 
Kathy's closet, weekends at my house, L.T.I. 
. . . Pet Peeves: People that can't mind their 
own business; trying to get through to a cer- 
tain person, almost doing it. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Fried eggs, fights, my big bruise, 
never getting my chance. . . . Interests: To go 
to California. . . . Outlook: Getting into some 
kind of school. 




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JAMES C. GUM 

Jim 
Remembers: Our own school, lunches, com- 
ing into shop late. . . . Pet Peeve: School. . . . 
Interests: Woodworking, Susan Randell. . . . 
Outlook: Beating the draft. 





ROBERT C. GRAY 
K.B. 

Football, Hockey, Riding Clubs. . . . Remen 
hers: Hampton Beach, Mr. D's class, Prov 
dence and Hartford, meeting J.D., the fenc 
and Louis. . . . Pet Peeves: Getting goo 
marks in history without studying, being th 
first one in line at lunch. . . . Notable Deed: 
Graduating, not making varsity hockey, M 
F., a fight with Mr. G. because of J.D. . . 
Interest: Janet DiBella. . . . Outlook: Cloud 
with gradual clearing. 




WILLIAM J. GUSTUS 

Bill 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, capt. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Cla 
President 3; Student Council 1; N.H.J 
Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. . . . Remembei 
My senior year; Nov. 28, 1970; Hampto 
Kiwanis Sign; R. R. and C's; the W-mobil 
driving to and from Cape; J.V. Show; footbal 
H.W.W.; A.B.; Jenney Station hangout; T.I 
. . . Pet Peeves: Eternal damnations. . . . Nc 
able Sayings: Whopper, Fry, 15 coke, 94 yc 
got 'em, take 'em away. . . . Interests: T.D 
coca-cola. . . . Outlook: Going to colleg 
graduating, doing what I want to do. 









MARJORIE A. HAAS 

Margie 
Remembers: J.V. Show, Junior Prom, Junior 
Week, running to lunch and finding out we 
were having hot dogs again. . . . Pet Peeve; 
Homework. . . . Interests: Cooking, boating, 
bowling. . . . Outlook: Having a happy mar- 
riage. 





JAMES E. HACKETT 

Buddy 

Drama Club. . . . Remembers: Those carefree 
student assemblies out in the football field 
due to an increase in bombings at the be- 
ginning of the school year. . . . Pet Peeve: 
Teachers who give you work to do at the end 
of the term and don't give you time to put it 
off. . . . Notable Deed: Passed English for all 
four years. . . . Interest: Meditating from 8:00 
to 2: 15. ...Outlook: Blase. 



PAUL HANKE 
Paul 




LAWRENCE HARRINGTON 

Larry 

Cross Country 2, 4; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3; Math 
League 3, 4; Alpha 3, 4; Debating Club 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Rotarian 
4; Principal's Panel. . . . Remembers: 2/14/68, 
having Mr. Kelley three hours a day in 70-71, 
third year French, dropping type for calculus. 
. . . Pet Peeves: Nagging teachers; people 
who say "I don't care". . . . Interests: Sports, 
history, math. . . . Outlook: Becoming a law- 
yer or majoring in business administration. 




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DONALD M. HARRISON 

Curl) 
Remembers: Timmy; my novel nights with 
W.C., R.J. and Needle; 545; newspapers; 
VIVA!; Mr. Grecoe; Bengt; '67 La-cross; al- 
ways being on time; Laconia with Giraffe 
neck; all my great friends and my family. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Hair cuts, NAT, Peasants. Lac- 
trodectus Mactan, bigots, walking to school. 
. . . Interests: Motor-scooters, enchanting 
young ladies, the races, everything that is 
happening around me. . . . Outlook: To rise 
above "almost" all evil, to get married to 
whomever I choose, to live my life to its ut- 
most and end up in Heaven where I belong. 



PETER A. HARVEY 
Peter 
Pet Peeve: Insincere people. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Cross Country, My Fair Lady, J.V. 
Show, Senior Class Play. . . . Interests: Ski- 
ing, skiing, skiing, rock climbing. . . . Out- 
look: Deciding on a career and doing well 
at it. 




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JONATHAN W. HAYWARD 
Jon 

Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Math 
League 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
door Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. 
. . . Remembers: Science Club arguments, 
how I hated Track. . . . Notable Deeds: 
N.H.S., Math League high scorer, Bauch and 
Loub award. . . . Interests: Electronics, ski- 
ing, swimming, boating. . . . Outlook: I don't 
dare look. 




JUDITH HEZLITT 

Judy 

Business Club, Yearbook. . . . Remembers: 
Mrs. Webber's Type 3 class; Junior Skip Day; 
Junior Prom; read, think, do; February 14, 
1968; Mr. D. and the boys; Mrs. Aldrich's 
English class; the dictaphone. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Perfect copies, people who think they know 
everything. . . . Notable Deed: Cetting an 
"A" from Mrs. Webber. . . . Interests: Help- 
ing underprivileged children, making some- 
one special happy. . . . Outlook: Becoming a 
secretary, traveling, being happily married. 



KAREN M. HEIM 

Spoon 

Remembers: Deb's car, eating lunch out on 
the hill, graduation practice, fork and poke-a- 
tummy, collecting for Mr. Garrett's mink 
bow-tie, going to the Pewter Pot during first 
period. . . . Pet Peeves: Mr. Garrett's bow-tie, 
stuck up people, U.S. history, suspension, 
staying for being late. . . . Negative Memo- 
ries: The smell of burnt food in the home ec. 
room, the smell of formaldehyde from biol- 
ogy. . . . Interests: Bobby, poetry, music, 
cooking. . . . Outlook: Being a Vista volun- 
teer. 




DONNA HILLSON 

Donna 
Remembers: The night the exhaust gave us 
away, Junior Prom, skipping school and not 
getting caught, the "aluminum". . . . Pet 
Peeves: White socks, bow ties. . . . Negative 
Memories: My chrysler, New Year's Eve '70. 
. . . Outlook: Getting a good job, marrying 
Jackie. 





BEVERLY A. HENNESSY 

Bev 

Alpha 1, Softball 1, J.V. Show, Yearbool 
N.H.S. 4. . . . Remembers: "Gangs", 12/20/68 
Bwana, barrel of monkeys, 442, Mustang 
shift!, Hampton, Billie Dawn's party, St: 
Patrick's Day. . . . Pet Peeves: Philip, Falcon 
G-baby, Tyrone, "all right", conceit. 
Negative Memories: "Don'tyoucare?", "Sto: 
the car", trucks and glasses, mountain climbs 
Ellen, that weekend. . . . Interests: Listening 
fire places, worrying. . . . Outlook: Flying t< 
California in my brother's plane, love, a bij 
family, a small house. 




WALTER HILLS 
Wally 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 1, 2; Base 
ball 1, 2; J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: Foot 
ball, #1 in the state, '70; my coaches; playing 
hockey in Nashua Saturday nights; last sum 
mer with Debbie; walking home from Kitty^s 
Plum Island; June 14, 1970; Debbie; Carol, 
all the great times; Barby; Callie; Sandy 
Sharon; more great times; 4/6/71 with Carol 
. . . Pet Peeves: Excuses last year for not go 
ing to football practice, coming home late 
. . . Negative Memories: Football sprints. . 
Interests: Sports, girls, cars, living. . . . Out- 
look: Making people happy. 



LEE A. HUBBY 
Lee 
Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleading 2, 3, co- 
capt. 4; J.V. Show; Yearbook. . . . Remembers: 
M.E. and me; Mr. Kelley; J. Finkelstein, lis- 
tening at the door with Marilee; Nancy; 
twins, sisters, or cousins; Red Devils; "Ban 
the Middies". . . . Pet Peeves: Mothers, 
swollen eyelids, un-sunny days. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Sticking up for Alison, getting every- 
thing together on time. . . . Interests: Sewing, 
dress designing, interior decorating, sports, 
Mike. . . . Outlook: Moving out of state, go- 
ing to business school, settling down, being 
happy. 




KURT W. HINXMAN 

Kurt 

Remembers: Skipping and going to the beach, 
skin diving, skiing. . . . Pet Peeves: Teachers, 
following rules. . . . Notable Deeds: Coming 
to school. . . . Interest: Making my friends 
happy. . . . Outlook: Happiness ith C.A.P., 
making money. 





PATRICIA HODGDON 

Hodg 

Field Hockey 1, Ski Club, J.V. Show, Year- 
book. . . . Remembers: My fellow wenches, 
J.W., all the things we pulled over on J.B., 
Miss Kid's art class, all the great times, J.V. 
Show, being a criminal in Gino's class, pend- 
ing suspension. . . . Pet Peeves: Math, hypo- 
crites, people who never smile, white socks, 
floods, people who pick on me because I am 
small. . . . Notable Deed: What a wench. . . . 
Interests: Skiing, painting, knowing people. 
. . . Outlook: Succeeding in whatever I at- 
tempt, traveling, becoming an art teacher. 




KATHLEEN INGALLS 

Kathy 

Pep Club, Executive Board 3, J.V. Show, 
Senior Play, Patrons' Drive 3, Yearbook, Ski 
Club. . . . Remembers: U.S. history, 8:02, 
Lowell and L.T.I., Bruins' games, the closet, 
fried eggs, Tony and the toilet, big O. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Being used as a punching bag, peo-, 
pie who can't make up their minds. . . . Nega- 
tive Memories: Five days suspension, Boston 
Common, Dennis, the clock in 101, Alice. . . . 
Outlook: Trying to forget the past, finding 
happiness in the future. 



LAWRENCE T. HOWE 
Larry 
Remembers: Spending two full weeks in 
school; November, 1970. . . . Eternally Grate- 
ful To: Faculty, administration and guidance 
personnel of Wilmington High School. . . . 
Notable Deed: Finishing first term physics 
in February, 1971. . . . Outlook: I'm optimis- 
tic. 




DEBORAH INMAN 
Deb 

Remembers: A fire in the front seat of the car 
during lunch, suspension. . . . Pet Peeve: A 
beerie. . . . Notable Deed: Giving Dave a 
home ec. lollipop. . . . Interests: Smoke, art. 
. . . Outlook: Becoming an artist. 





DAVID IRWIN 
Boomer 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 4; Base- 
ball 1; Football 1; J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: 
Gino, Doc, Muttonhead, Cue ball, Yorko, 
Fribugger, trip to Rumania, Capper, Wayne 
Cashman, C.S. in the summer. . . . Pet Peeves: 
My temper, the lip, the clique thing, the hip 
thing, fakes and phonies. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Learning to whistle, taking out the trash, 
changing a waterpump, double jumping dock 
start. . . . Interests: Hockey, waterskiing, fe- 
male species, Friday and Saturday nights 
with the guys, sleeping. 




BETH JEPSON 
Beth 



JAMES E. IRWIN 
Jim 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 
1, 2, capt. 3, 4. . . . Remembers: Muttonhead, 
Yorko, Roger, football camp, Whopper, fries, 
15c, coke, 94, you got 'em, hockey bus, foot- 
ball and hockey championships, PAK, the 
Burlington hockey games, being the only 
straight one in the class. . . . Pet Peeve: Los- 
ing. . . . Negative Memory: The poor officiat- 
ing at the Burlington game. . . . Interests: 
Chicks, sports, sleeping. . . . Outlook: Stay- 
ing straight, succeeding. 




JAMES JERRETT 

Remembers: Getting caught smoking three 
times in one term. . . . Pet Peeves: Hippies, 
hangovers, school. . . . Interest: Cars. . . . Out- 
look: Being a brain surgeon or a lumberjack. 



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CINDY L. JENSEN 

Cyn 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Dram; 
Club 1, 2, 3; Business Club 4. . . . Remem 
hers: Making a star for the Christmas tree 
lunch with N.O., A.L., and K.L. . . . Pe 
Peeves: People who "feed" milk cartons, laclj 
of progress. . . . Notable Deeds: Assistant 
Director Senior Class Play, solos in concerts 
representative to Senator McKenzie's youth 
council, first alternate to greater Boston 
AMS. . . . Interests: Drama, music, gymnas- 
tics, skiing. . . . Outlook: Happiness, marriage 
a family. 




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JOHN JERRETT 

Jay Rat 

Remembers: The Rock. . . . Pet Peeve: Hip 
pies. . . . Interest: Cars. . . . Outlook: Beinf 
successful in whatever I attempt to do. 



CYNTHIA JOHNS 

Cindy 

Remembers: The time I broke my leg and 

Sid walked me to the lunchroom. . . . Outlook: 

Becoming an accountant. 





JOHN J. KEATING 

Jack 
Remembers: The rock, first time skiing, 
Salisbury. . . . Pet Peeves: Hippies, phonies. 

. . . Interest: People Outlook: College, 

success in a business career. 



DONNA M. JORDAN 

Donna 

Work Study. . . . Remembers: The first time 
I met Jackie, going to the girls' room after 
every class, Mrs. C.'s class, having Mr. C 
two years in a row, running down the hall 
and being stopped by Mr. K., signing in every 
morning, Mrs. K.'s class, the Junior Prom. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Going to work right after school, 
getting to class on time. . . . Negative Memo- 
ries: Coming to school every morning. . . . 
Interests: Computer assembly, just having a 
good time traveling all over the states. . . . 
Outlook: Getting married to Jackie in June, 
raising a family. 




PATRICIA A. KELLEY 
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PATRICIA C. KELLEY 
Patti 

N.H.S., Basketball Cheerleader 4, J.V. Show, 
Omega, Alpha. . . . Remembers: Class of "70, 
P.O.D., B.B., thumbing, cheering with G.S., 
our locker!, hockey and F.M., the Island, 
David, New Year's Eve with B.I., Dale's 
Halloween party, Hampton and Cindy, 
Mrs. Aldrich and Mr. Kellev. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Mr. Kelley's open windows, phoney football 
players. . . . Negative Memories: Mr. Garrett's 
threatening, being told I'm not working up 
to potential. . . . Interest: When we try to un- 
derstand ourselves. . . . Outlook: Negative. 



WILLIAM J. KELLY 

Bill 

Ski Club. . . . Remembers: Friday and Satur- 
day nights. . . . Pet Peeve: Brown nosers. . . . 
Notable Deed: Not getting bounced in my 
senior year. . . . Interests: Sports, girls, having 
fun. . . . Outlook: Getting a good job, making 
money, staying single. 





JOHN KLEYNEN 

John 

Baseball 1, Band. . . . Remembers: Peanut 
butter sandwiches, study hall. . . . Pet Peeve: 
Teacher aids. . . . Notable Deeds: Losing the 
opening freshman baseball game. . . . Inter- 
ests: Drums, music, woodworking. . . . Out- 
look: Planning for a job in carpentry. 




KATHRYN F. KNOWLTON 
Kath 
Softball 1. . . . Remembers: Junior Prom with 
D.B., D.S., R.M.; Junior Skip Day; Ozzie; 
Hampton with D.B., D.S., D.A.; Joyce V's 
lunches; parking Joyce's car; lunches with 
Bobby M. and Denny. . . . Pet Peeves: Eng- 
lish Lit., 10th grade English, smoking in the 
girls' room and getting caught, Ducky, chap- 
erones. . . . Negative Deeds: The day Donna 
H., Denny and I skipped and got yelled at 
by a Medford policeman; day I went to 
T.M.H.S. . . . Interests: Bowling; drive-ins; 
playing pool with D.M., M.N., H.M., C.N., 
S.F., and B.K. 



GERTRUDE I. KENNEDY 
Trudy 
Business Club, Home Economics Club. . . . 
Remembers: Having classes with CD. and 
D.D. all through high school; all nighters; 
G.R., T.C., D.T., M.C. and S.C.; J.W. and 
P.L.; all the ridiculous nights at the Starlite 
watching Mason and Dixon especially the 
last one. . . . Pet Peeves: People who think 
that they're better than someone else. . . . 
Negative Memory: The night at Hampton 
with M.K., S.C., Paul, Larry and Ron. . . . In- 
terests: Skiing. . . . Outlook: Traveling, get- 
ting married, being happy. 




SHEILA LACEY 

Sheila 
Softball 1; Yearbook 4; Business Club 4. . . . 
Remembers: Our successful "Red" day of 
Junior Week, good times at A.P.S., Meadow 
Lane, Junior Variety Show. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Discorvering your locker unpegged after 
five months of school; getting up for school, 
arriving at 8:01 and having to stay after; 
gradually moving backwards in the lunch 
line. . . . Interests: Meeting people, travel- 
ing, having a good time. . . . Outlook: Work- 
ing in some way with children or becoming a 
secretary. 





LAWRENCE E. KNIGHT 

Bo Jangles 

Remembers: R.N.'s party, the "FENCE", 
bomb scares, Kelley and Driscoll. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Gym, sixth period math class. . . . 
Notable Deeds: Winning all arguments with 
Mrs. Tully. . . . Negative Memories: J. P., 
G.G.'s old man. . . . Interests: 36-24-36, surf- 
ing. . . . Outlook: Living up to marrying A.L. 




SUSAN L. KRUGALUK 

Krug 

Drama Club. . . . Remembers: Suspension 
with Debby, Christmas Eve party with D.G., 
ice cream during studies, thumbing with 
Debbie, Jackie, Maine with Leida, Boy 
Wanted signs, Denny's car with K.K. and 
P.E., the Burlington Mall. ... Pet Peeves: 
Snobs, super straights, going to a class early 
for once, Mr. Shiere's "o's". . . . Notable 
Deeds: Skipping a whole week without get- 
ting caught, getting J.K. back, thinking of 

something to call K.K. . . . Interests: Boys 

Outlook: Being a stewardess, having fun 
with the boys. 



HAROLD C. LATTA 
Harry 
Soccer 2, 3, capt. 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 1, 2; Yearbook, photography edi- 
tor; J.V. Show; Senior Play. . . . Remembers: 
The great race, skiing the East, Corvair 
power, Lou. . . . Pet Peeves: Bad skiiers, 
teachers that don't like me, stubborn people. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Boosting morale at gradu- 
ation practice, skiing Tuckerman's Ravine. 
. . . Interests: Skiing, soccer, speed, cars, 
Lou. . . . Outlook: Finishing college, becom- 
ing an architect, skiing the world, living hap- 
pily ever after. 




MICHELLE M. LAVALLE 
Mich, Shelli 
Remembers: 6/27/70, my operation, Mrs. 
Boudreau's party, typing over 60 words 
a minute, working two jobs and still passing 
in school. . . . Pet Peeves: English classes, 
four periods in the same classroom, going to 
study. . . . Interests: Working, one certain 
guy, dating that certain guy. . . . Outlook: 
Working as a secretary at Baldwin Steel, 
getting a new car, getting married. 





MARGO LANDRY 

Margo 




DENISE LAVINE 

Denny 

Travel Club, Ski Club. . . . Remembers: Third 
lunch with Bobby and Kathy, Jack-in-the- 
Box, the day I ran my sister over, Jr. Skip 
Day, Billy's homecoming party. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Hen, English Lit., 10th grade Eng- 
lish, teachers aides, chaperones, looking for 
a job, MYP. . . . Negative Memories: The day 
Donna, Kathy and I got stopped by police in 
Medford; my first speeding warning; day my 
car got hit at the drive-in. . . . Interests: Ski- 
ing, bowling, going out with the kids, drive- 
ins. . . . Outlook: Traveling around the world, 
settling down, getting a good job. 



PATRICIA A. LAWRENSON 

Lawrenson 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Yearbook; J.V. Show. . . . Remem- 
bers: Wenches, McDonalds, race car, all the 
times I never got caught, all the ones we 
pulled over on J.B., summer of '32. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Poor officiating at Burlington games, 
people who make fun of me because I am 
411'. . . . Notable Deeds: The day I saved 
Boy Scout troop #83 from the deadly three- 
toed sloth at Harold Parker State Forest. . . . 
Interests: Shamaus, hockey, my frisbee. . . . 
Outlook: Dim, but hopefully something will 
develop in the future. 




STEPHANIE LANGONE 

Steph 

Candy Sale; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. . . . Remembers: "Pending 
suspension ', sneaking into the Chelmsford 
football game, basketball and softball, 
checker squad, our private ski trip. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Phonies, hypocrites, selfishness, 
white socks, floods, people with no class. . . . 
Interests: Skiing, sports, hunkin' around. . . . 
Outlook: Going to college, being happy in 
whatever I attempt. 





JOYCE LIPPERT 

Joyce 

Arts & Crafts Remembers: June 13, 1969; 

Mrs. Webber; first incantation; most of all — 
Jim. . . . Pet Peeves: Gym class, shorthand 
homework, term papers, phone bills. . . . 
Notable Deed: Graduated. . . . Interests: Jim, 
sewing, embroidery, witchcraft. . . . Outlook: 
To be happy with life. 




KATHLEEN LEARY 

Kathy 
Basketball 1, Basketball Cheerleader 2, 
capt. 3; Cheerleader 4; J.V. Show; Student 
Council vice pres. 3. . . . Remembers: T.M.; 
crazy things I did with K.O.B.; the time we 
didn't catch Sally; going up for my license; 
twins, cousins, or sisters; our "reserved for 
seniors" sign. ... Pet Peeves: People you 
can't trust, waking up in the dark, having gym 
6th period Fridays, Saturday nights at the 
drugstore. . . . Notable Deed: Lending my 
bloomers to a Wilmington player who had 
forgotten hers. . . . Interest: Having good 
times with good friends. 



JILLIAN M. LECAROZ 

JiH 
Remembers: My gym class when we were 
learning to square dance. . . . Pet Peeves: 
School lunches, studies. . . . Notable Deed: 
Getting out of here. . . . Interests: Keith, 
knitting. . . . Outlook: Becoming a hair stylist, 
getting married. 




JOHN LIPPIELLO 

Lip 

Football 1, Winter Track 1; Hockey 2; Spring 
Track 1, 3, 4; Soccer 3, capt. 4. . . . Remem- 
bers: Backing into a telephone pole after be- 
ing stopped by the police for speeding and 
not getting a ticket. . . . Pet Peeves: English 
classes, people trying to get you to do things 
you don't want to do. . . . Notable Saying: 
"Help! Moose is after me". . . . Interests: Mo- 
torcycles, cars. . . . Outlook: Being a success 
in whatever I do. 





WAYNE M. LOCKAMON 
Guinee 
Remembers: The trip to Hampton Beach with 
12 kids in the car, getting stopped by Officer 
Richie and letting us go. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Fords, war, Rice o' Roni, school sometimes. 
. . . Notable Deed: Picking up a piece of 
paper for a teacher. . . . Interests: Girls, base- 
ball, football, hockey, cars, Mary and Jane, 
work. . . . Outlook: Being a police officer or a 
lawyer, maybe a hippie. 




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KAREN LESNIK 

Lez 

Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 
1, 2; Majorette 3, 4; Senior Play; Gymnastics 
1, 2, 3; Drama Club 4. . . . Remembers: Mak- 
ing a star for the Xmas tree, FSL-"70," C.J. 
& S.S., Rainbow balls with N.O. & T.Y., be- 
ing a pest to certain teachers, plays. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Idiots, adults too big for their pants, 
teachers, kids with their noses 10 feet in the 
Notable Deeds: FSL-1970, director 



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of "Hands Across the Sea." . . . Interests: 
Traveling, sports, reading, photography. . . . 
Outlook: Traveling around the world. 



ANN C. LOMBARD 
Windy Winchester 
ilpha 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 
i; Math League 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Year- 
>ook 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. . . . Re- 
nembers: Winchester, snob society, Monad- 
lock, UMYF, the "Zoo", Kelley's Konjecture, 
riends. . . . Pet Peeves: Calculus, Drive Ed., 
oaches, my height, name droppers, people 
yith superiority complexes. . . . Notable 
)eeds: Surviving two years of Mr. Kelley, 
'laying in Donkey Basketball Game. . . . In- 
vests: Sports, especially basketball; music; 
cience; everything. . . . Outlook: Going to 
ollege to find myself, helping people. 





BRENDA H. LOCKE 

Brenda 

Art. . . . Interest: I'd like to try new things 
even if they are dangerous, such as cave hunt- 
ing. . . . Outlook: Going to Northeastern in 
Burlington and studying accounting. 



ROBERT W. LYFORD 

Robert 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 1, 
2, vice pres. 3, pres. 4; Jr. Rotarian 4; Chess 
Club 3, 4; Lybatum 2, 4; Alpha 3; J.V. Show; 
Ski Club 3; Concert Choir 1. . . . Remembers: 
Chess matches, my birthday in 03101, book 
fairs, my stuffed dog, goldilocks, a lollipop, 
French class, skiing. . . . Pet Peeve: A lack 
of humanity in many people. . . . Notable 
Deed: National Honor Society. . . . Interests: 
Classical music, skiing, Beethoven's bicen- 
tennial. . . . Outlook: Amusing. 




DENNIS MACCALLUM 
Dennis 





WILLIAM J. LYNCH 

Snookey 
Baseball; Football; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. 
Show. . . . Remembers: Skinny dipping at 
Walden Pond, getting chased through the 
cafe, the guys, fence reeb, cars, Deb. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Teachers who think they have 
enough power to make you disappear, stay- 
ing after for coming in late, algebra II class. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Passing chemistry first 
term, outrunning the cafe lady, making the 
S.A.T.'s awake, graduating. . . . Interests: 
Sharp ears, good times, Led Zepplin I and II, 
weekends, Deb. . . . Outlook: Going to col- 
lege, having fun, having a Camaro. 



DAVID F. MAGLIO 
Dave 

Junior Variety Show. . . . Remembers: Donna, 
8/11/68, 1/31/70, parties at M.R.'s house, 
Salisbury Beach, New Year's Eve with D.B. 
and B.I., New York trip, '60 and '64 Chevies, 
cafe ladies. . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers who 
think they are better than students. . . . Not- 
able Deed: Keeping one's sanity after four 
years at W.H.S. . . . Interest: Having a good 
time. . . . Outlook: Making a million and liv- 
ing off the interest. 




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PAMELA MAISON 
House 
Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Photography 
Club; Gymnastics; J.V. Show; Class Play; 
My Fair Lady; Concert Choir 2. . . . Remem- 
bers: H.P.S.F.; Julius; Patches with R.B., 
C.F., T.D., L.D., and B.B.; when I got hit 
on the head with a brick; B.B.; all the good 
times with L.C. . . . Pet Peeve: People who 
try to be what they're not. . . . Interest: Just 
about anything you can name. . . . Outlook: 
Being myself, trying to get along with every- 
one in the world. 



LAURA MALMSTEN 
Laura 
Remembers: Snowballs, skipping, smoking, 
having a pair of pants For two months. . . . Pet 
Peeves; Eating food in the cafeteria, expres- 
sing yourself in English, school. . . . Notable 
Deed: Getting my work done in English. . . . 
Interests: Eating, sleeping, smoking, general 
relaxation. . . . Outlook: Traveling across the 
country and Canada. 





WILLIAM T. MARDNEY 

Bill 

Football, Soccer, Track, Golf. . . . Remenl 
hers: Debbie, doing my homework the nigf 
before it's due. . . . Pet Peeve: Getting up i 
the morning for school. . . . Notable Deed: 
Leaving soccer early for golf course. . . . Ir 
terests: Debbie, golf, golf, golf, golf. . . . Ou 
look: Being rich. 




GLORIA L. MARSH 

Gloria 

Softball 1, Prom Committee, J.V. Show, 
Patrons' Drive, Yearbook. . . . Remembers: 
Gloucester-'Most", red truck, Hampton, 
11/8/69, Mark, '50 Chevy, 7/22/70, Billie 
Dawn's" party, X-mas party 12/12/70 & 5 a.m., 
1/2/71. . . . Pet Peeves: Certain person for- 
ever slamming locker #211, stampedes, 5th 
amendment. . . . Negative Memories: "Hu- 
morous teachers", P.O.D. (18-5), 208-A, 
speed tests, bomb scares, term papers, moun- 
tain climbs, attempting to waterski. 



DIANE M. MATHEWS 

Diane 

Ski Club. . . . Remembers: Concert Choir re- 
hearsal, football in gym class. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Announcements during the break, getting in 
the lunch line, clocks with the wrong time, 
War. . . . Interest: Hairdressing. . . . Outlook: 
Accomplishing whatever I set out to do. 





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BONNIE J. McCABE 
Bonnie 

Remembers: Junior Prom, Mrs. K., home ecij 
nomics class, type class, Mr. Shiere's zero 
. . . Pet Peeve: Kids who have big mouths ar 
think they know everything. . . . Interest! 
Ralph, hairdressing school. . . . Outlook: Hal 
ing a good job, Ralph, and marriage. 






KEVIN B. MCCORMICK 
Ho Chi 

ross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 
; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2; Student 
electman 4. . . . Remembers: Mr. DiSarcina, 
inning around the class in Mr. Kelley's 
)om in algebra II, my junior class, Lee H, in 
•eMoulas. . . . Pet Peeves: Doing my home- 
ork, not having friends. . . . Notable Deeds: 
lining trach with track. . . . Interests: De- 
[oulas, history, meeting friends. . . . Outlook: 
eing an accountant, being successful in life. 





BLAISE McDOUGALL 
Blaise 
Remembers: Quarries with Icka and the 
gang, skipping school on a certain day and 
not getting caught, Terry, June 12 and June 
16. . . . Pet Peeves: Onions, flunking, when 
my car won't start. . . . Notable Deed: Get- 
ting a job. . . . Interests: Food, sports, girls, 
cars, motorcycles. . . . Outlook: Making it 
through high school and college, getting a 
good job, owning a Phase III Camaro. 



DAWN V. MCGILLIVRAY 
Dawn 

lpha. . . . Remembers: Being suspended in 
le tenth grade, April 3, Studebaker, Pewter 
ot, Adams Street. . . . Pet Peeves: Home- 
'ork, skipping, gum. . . . Interests: Cars, 
ommy, music, money. . . . Outlook: Going 
) Europe. 





ROBERT McKENNA 
Bob 



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WILLIAM J. MCGINLEY 
Bill 
Senior Play, Cross Country, Alpha. . . . Re- 
members: Junior Skip Day, finally dropping 
out of algebra II, CYO ski trips, car accidents, 
running in cross country meets. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Wilmington girls, French, Mr. Krey's 
triads. . . . Notable Deeds: Kissing Ann Stan- 
tial and living, totaling a corvair. . . . Interests: 
Skydiving, traveling, skiing. . . . Outlook: 
Breaking the world freefall record, traveling 
around the world. 




JACKIE MICALIZZI 
Jac Mic 
Class Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; J.V. Show; Senior 
Play; Alpha 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Yearbook, co- 
editor. . . . Remembers: E.B.; Chem. I and 
the distilled water bottle; Ann's party; Big O; 
D.B.; all my great friends; the search in 
Jamaica Plain. . . . Pet Peeves: Bill McGinlev: 
Robin Meads; J.B., fixing me up for the Jr. 
Prom. . . . Notable Deed: Always being in 
search of a boy. . . . Interests: Boys, clothes, 
skiing. . . . Outlook: Owning a red corvette, 
staying single until something better comes 
along, proving brunettes have more fun. 





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RONALD J. MILLER 

Ronnie 

Remembers: My '61 Chevy station wagon on 
weekends, summer vacations, bowling on 
Saturday nights. . . . Pet Peeves: French II 
with Miss Bocchino, crawling in gym class. 
. . . Interests: Motorcycles, skiing, camping. 
. . . Outlook: Becoming a forest ranger or 
park manager. 




ROBIN E. MOORE 
Rob 
Yearbook; J.V. Show; Pep Club; Basketball 
Cheerleading 2; Ring Committee; Prom 
Committee 3, 4. . . . Remembers: Richie; 
10/11/70; Augusta, Maine; Lunnenburg; U. 
N. H. with Kath and Carol; summer of '67; 
I ain't lying. . . . Pet Peeves: Snobberies, 
Alice, people who can't be happy. . . . Nega- 
tive Memories: Jr. Prom, Lowell, 12/3/70, 
suspension for being late. . . . Interests: Ger- 
many, R. P. M., to travel through Europe. . . . 
Outlook: Being happy, making others happy, 
being a good wife and mother some day. 



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CONSTANCE MOULTON 

Connie 

N.H.S. 2; Softball 1, 2; Candy Drive; Year-, 
book; Business Club; Math Club. . . . Re- 
members: Lima, Schmace and the others; the 
sob booth at Kitty's; July 2; hanchopotsuis- 
nous and wager. . . . Pet Peeves: Mr. Kelley's 
tests, 6:30 a.m., Wednesday afternoons. . . . 
Notable Deed: Passing calculus with an 88. 
. . . Interest: Taken people. . . . Outlook: 
Finding success and happiness in whatever 
I choose to do. 







THOMAS F. MIRISOLA 



Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 
3; Indoor Track 4; Baseball Instructor. . . . 
Remembers: G.B. and my senior year, "Red 
Rooster", Murph., sitting on the basketball 
bench for three years and not playing. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Snobby people, teachers who think 
they're teaching in Levenworth, girls who 
walk around with signs saying, "look but 
don't touch". . . . Notable Deed: Getting 
through high school. . . . Interests: College, 
girls, baseball. . . . Outlook: Playing baseball, 
graduating from college, teaching history. 







JOSEPH K. MULLENS 
Joe 
Indoor Track, Cross Country Track, Baseball. 
. . . Remembers: My Fair Lady, Junior Vari- 
ety Show, J.L., trip to Connecticut, Flip, 
Grub's and Danny's haircuts. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Having to buy lunch on credit, having some- 
one pull the peg on your locker and forget- 
ting the combination, a girl with braces. . . . 
Notable Deed: Colorguard. . . . Interests: 
Drag racing, girls, music, Chinese checkers. 
. . . Outlook: Becoming a master chef. 





DONNA NEWCOMB 
Donna 









DENNIS J. MURPHY 

Murph 

Soccer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, capt. 4; Trainers. 
. . . Remembers: Chelmsford game of 69, the 
discussions between Ali and the General. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Referees who make bad calls, 
teachers who give homework the day before 
vacation. . . . Negative Memories: Losing 9 
games by a total of 41 points. . . . Interests: 
Sports, water skiing. . . . Outlook: Going to 
college, getting my degree. 





JOYCE NOONAN 

Joyce 

Remembers: Pewter Pot, George, certain 
other people, mustard, 7/20/69, 4/26/70, ag- 
; gravation P. M., S. W., J. P., J. P., S. F. . . . Pet 
Peeves: People who think they're better than 
others, getting up in the morning, plastic 
people. . . . Outlook: Being a licensed practi- 
cal nurse (possibly), if not just working and 
trying to enjoy myself for once. 





THERESA H. O'CONNERS 
Terri 

Band 1, 2, 3; Math League 2, 3; Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Softball manager 1, 2; Chess Club 3, 4. . . . 
Remembers: 4/13/70, P. D., Mr. M., Mr. Gra- 
ceffa, Dr. F., L. L., J. P., C. S., A. P., T. P., 
Northeastern Univ., "You farmer.", H. R. . 
Pet Peeves: English classes, lunches, gym. 
. . . Negative Memories: Mr. G. resigning, 
chem., biology. . . . Interests: Driving, bowl- 
ing, typing, playing pool. . . . Outlook: Grad- 
uating from high school, graduating from 
college, becoming a secretary, getting mar- 
ried. 



SHANNON O'BRIEN 

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SANDRA O'ROURKE 

Sandi 

Travel Club. . . . Remembers: Hampton 
Beach in my junior year, Eddy, '68, '69, '70, 
'71, steno I with Mrs. Fitzgibbons, suspen- 
sion 101, 3/8/68. ... Pet Peeves: Gym class, 
steno homework, office machines, timings, 
getting up in the morning. . . . Notable Deed: 
Correcting timings for Mrs. Gershon. . . . In- 
terest: Eddy. . . . Outlook: Getting married, 
living a happy life. 









STEPHEN J. PARSONS 
Steve, Pars 
Football 1; Band 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Drama Club 4; My Fair Lady. . . . Remem- 
bers: My Fair Lady, Junior Skip Day, Debby 
S., Kathie C, Mr. Cripps' hockey class, 
Gino's P.O.D., a couple of Saturday night 

switches Pet Peeves: Economics class, 

class dues, school dances where everyone 
watches the band and no one dances. . . . 
Negative Memories: A Junior Prom in an- 
other town, the day after the night before in 
Fitchburg with C.A.P. . . . Interests: Me- 
chanics, airplanes, Plymouth Barracudas. 



NANCY J. OLSON 
Nancy 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show; Senior 
Play; Ski Club 2, 4; Art Club 1. . . . Remem- 
bers: February 2nd; playing cupid; Latin 
with E.B., D.B., and J.S.; my Snoopy lunch- 
box; Tommy; the Drugstore; school parties. 
. . . Pet Peeves: Hiccups, snobs, "big" tippers, 
complainers. . . . Negative Memories: Fall- 
ing in the corridors, term papers, diets, lunch 
"guardians", feeding milk cartons, argu- 
ments. . . . Interests: Art, children, poems. 
. . . Outlook: Becoming an interior decorator, 
having a happy life. 




GAIL A. PARENT 

Kid 

Softball I. . . . Remembers: Junior Prom, 
California, Sweetheart Plastics, J.T. Concert, 
Steve and Caren's apartment, falling into the 
rose bushes, when I was small, same art 
teacher all four years, F.B. and me in art. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Getting up at 6:30 every week- 
day, homework, school lunches. . . . Interests: 
Sewing, art, Bruce. . . . Outlook: Getting my 
license, owning a Pontiac firebird, getting 
married. 





RACHEL PALMER 
J.V. Show, Patrons' Drive, Senior Class 
Play. . . . Remembers: P.O.D., 4/23/71, Den- 
nis, cardboard Volkswagons, coming home 
from Rockport, studies, April vacation, smok- 
ing in the snow after lunch, driver ed. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Snobs, people who continually 
rank others down, narrow-minded people. 
. . . Negative Memories: Suspensions, gym, 
2/11/71, Mono, oral reports, homeroom in 
207, staying every night. . . . Interests: Hav- 
ing fun, meeting people doing different 
things. . . . Outlook: Finishing nursing school, 
being a good nurse. 




DALE PETERSON 
Dale 

Alpha 2, 3, 4; Pep Club; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; Yearbook. . . . 
Remembers: Little Italian Restaurant, the 
Society, Hampton, leader of the Pack, the 
White Knight. . . . Pet Peeves: Being tripped 
running to lunch, losing your cool. . . . In- 
terest: To get in and out of college quickly. 
. . . Outlook: Education. 



ALANSON E. PLATT, JR. 
Lance 

Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 

Alpha 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Remembers: 

Shannon and Shroeder; Salvation Army 
Shance; Soccer At Ease, by Platto; College is 
Success Pool; Santana Claus. . . . Pet Peeves: 
English is the craziest language; comma 
crazy pilot; good ole Mrs. Aldrich; Thoroad; 
10/20/69; Bring Bring. . . . Nice Vices: J. V. 
Show, "Born Yesterday," Skip Day, piano, 
root beery, Drama Club. . . . Insight: "Know 
thyself, don't snow thyself" Platto. . . . Out- 
look: To look out in the future, be an interme- 
diary N Counter, write "Diary of a Frank 
Madman." 





PAULR. PINTRICH 

Wonder Wart 
Ski Club, National Honor Society, Chess 
Club, Math League, Winter Track. . . . Re- 
members: The Midnight Rambler, S.M.P., 
B.M.C., the Cape, Dyer's Pond, Glenn's 
party, Crane's Beach, doing 39, Bushnell 
Park, Leo's party, Tales of Fitzy, Rex's, Mai's 
apartment, C.Y.O. ski trip, munga, jiving at 
Woodstock, two Christmas parties, the tar- 
zan swing, the bug, the night of B.W., Crank. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Pulling a Ron and Cliff, 
terrorizing. . . . Interests: Skiing, listening, 
to records, reaping, cruisin! 



MARILYN REITCHEL 

Mai 
Basketball. . . . Remembers: The car accident 
with Carl C, seven in a telephone booth, the 
victory ride that never was, Ann Scott, 
Glee's sleep-in, Jr. Sleep-out, when the ex- 
haust gave us away, great times with Margo, 
the library escape with Maureen, Julie's 
house, "Sis", trying to teach Kathy and me 
how to ski, R.S., New Year's Eve of 1971. . . . 
Pet Peeve: My laugh.. . . . Never in a Life- 
time: Will I get my own car. . . . Interest: 
Motorcycles, skiing, hockey games, driving, 
cars, buying hats. . . . Outlook: Joining the 
Peace Corps. 




JOHN PIERCE 
John 





GAIL T. PROVENZANO 

Prock 
Ski Club 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Yearbook; 
J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: Motorcycle 
races; Mrs. Cronin's field trips; friends; 
C. W. always being absent; Mr. Fessenden's 
class; Dec. 5, 1970; New Year's Eve; Spanish 
II; all the good times. . . . Pet Peeves: Phonies, 
snobs, two-faced people. . . . Negative Mem- 
ories: Meeting Jeff, screwy intercom system, 
Carl's insults, corridor duty, Chem. II, term 
papers, S. S. T.'s, football rallies. . . . Inter- 
ests: Skiing, hunting, being with Johnny, 
watching the hockey games, bowling. 



LINDA PLACE 
Linda 
Future Nurses Club. . . . Remembers: Bomb 
scares, 19/2/69, Jimbo, S.C. . . . Pet Peeves: 
The lunches, small lockers, teachers who 
think they're God, G.W. . . . Notable Deed: 
Majorette 3, 4. . . . Interests: Boys, J.C., 
music. . . . Outlook: Being a nurse, getting 
married and having a bunch of beautiful 
kids. 





MARIE K. RICCI 

Marie 

Basketball Cheerleader, Class Secretary. . . . 
Remembers: Bub, White Mountains with 
G.L., J.C. and her problems, Town Park, 
CD. . . . Pet Peeves: Lunches, certain peo- 
ple, Mr. D. . . . Interests: Bub, traveling some 
day, getting away, getting to know and under- 
stand Bub Clark. . . . Outlook: Knowing my- 
self and what I want, being happy. 




JAMES RITCHIE 

"55" 
Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 4; J.V. Show. . . . 
Remembers: Undefeated Football team, the 
gang, Maureen, Waterville Vallev, Packev in 
N.H., C.B.A.G., pulling the slip on M.D. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Getting caught running to lunch, 
the whistle, M.D., football practice. . . . Out- 
look: Getting ahead in life, going to college. 



HOLLY RICE 

Rice 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Senior Play; 
Field Hockey. . . . Remembers: Band trip to 
Camden, Mr. Kelley's corny jokes, Mr. Jones' 
yellow chalk, the great Senior Class Play and 
the party afterwards. . . . Pet Peeves: Teachers 
who use teaching power as a way of revenge, 
segregation in the halls. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Finally learning how to read music (thanks 
to Mr. M.). . . . Interests: skating, working 
with dogs, skiing (water and snow). . . . Out- 
look: Traveling the country, finding what I 
really want to do, but in the meantime, skat- 
ing whenever I can. 




LEIDA M. RIDEOUT 
Remembers: Maine, Reading Square in the 
rain, Burlington Mall, State Police, Ed Ma- 
son. . . . Pet Peeves: English class, crowded 
subways, Tuesdays, doctors. . . . Interests: 
People. . . . Outlook: Psychiatric aid. 





DIANE ROBICHAUD 
Diane 
Remembers: Mr. Shiere's bookkeeping 
classes, J.R.'s tank, summer of '70, Debby's 
house, motorcycle races, Keni, Mr. D.'s 
class, nights, J.R., D.S., S.K. ... Pet Peeves: 
When you can't get in your locker, teachers 
who move you along between classes. . . . 
Interest: Motorcycles, boys. . . . Outlook: 
Owning a car, making a lot of money, getting 
married. 




LINDA L. RICHARD 

Rich 

Field Hockey. . . . Remembers: Summer of 
'69 and '70; parties at A.S. and G.B.; Junior 
Skip; Junior Prom; riding around with the 
D.S.B.'s; the trailer; Dottie and I going up 
for our license; Dottie, Susan, Eva and Cindy; 
H.C.C.; Beth, her camp and p.j. party; 
Lowell Tech.; G.D.; James' sing alongs; 
Mai's driving. . . . Pet Peeve: Plastic people. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Hitting a grand slam in 
gym, Youth Center. . . . Interests: Painting. 
. . . Outlook: Getting a good job, getting my 
car paid for, going to California next summer, 
traveling a lot, finally living in California. 



DONNA E. ROBINSON 
Donna 
Remembers: Junior Prom, a lot of years with 
Mrs. Kanchuga, Mr. DiSarcina's P.O.D. class. 
. . . Pet Peeves: Conceited people, Gino's 
comments, people who think they know it 
all. . . . Notable Deeds: Making it to the 12th 
grade and surviving through good old W.H.S., 
eating lunch and walking away, waiting for 
Buddy. . . . Interest: Buddy. . . . Outlook: 
Marrying Buddy, living a happy and healthy 
life. 








SUZANNE M. RONAN 
Suzanne 



JANICE M. ROSA 

Jan 

Psychology. . . . Remembers: 208-A; Dec. 2, 
1970; "a lot of help from my friends"; Tea 
Party; Junior Skip Day. . . . Pet Peeves: Be- 
ing pushed into doing things, hypocrites. . . . 
Negative Memories: Boone's Farm, school — 
12 years. . . . Interests: R.S., T.Y.A., London. 
. . . Outlook: Going to London. 




THOMAS ROTHWELL 

Rocky 
Interests: Electronics, automobile mechanics. 
. . Outlook: Attending trade school, maybe 
joining the Navy. 






DENISE L. SAMPSON 

Sam 

Art 3, 4; Concert Choir 3. . . . Remembers: 
Maine and the cattle crossing; our picnic in 
the SS-102; J.K.'s laugh; all the things D.D. 
and I got away with; all the weekends with 
M. G., S.L. and D.D.; the fight M.G. and I 
had over R.K. . . . Pet Peeves: Work at the big 
"D", boys who have no respect, getting up 
in the morning, floods. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Finding Moe, Sammaldi, lasting three weeks 
at the big "D", getting through four years in 
WHS. . . . Interests: Art, boys, having a real 
good time. . . . Outlook: Graduating. 



LEONARD E. SAWYER 

Leroy 

Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Indoor Track 3; 
Gun Club. . . . Remembers: 141 feet in the 45 
inch shotput, discus, state meet, football, in- 
door track, Mr. Kelley, Mr. Carr, Mark, Carl, a 
race at Andover before the New England's. 
. . . Interests: Football, track, weight lifting, 
Gun Club, girls. . . . Outlook: Becoming a 
policeman, getting married, coming out of 
the service all right. 









STEPHEN SCAPICCHIO 

Steve 

Chess Club 4, Spring Track 2, J.V. Show, 
Senior Play. . . . Remembers: J.G., tardy 
mornings, Pewter Pot. . . . Pet Peeve: People 
who put on a phony front. 




DEBRA SEVENER 
Debra 
Remembers: Florida, Steve, nights, Sue K., 
Diane R., Jackie R., Russo's tank, Gino's 
class, drugstore, skipping, parties, ice cream 
with Sue. . . . Pet Peeves: Snobs, teachers' 
patrol, show offs, getting caught, Mr. Shiere's 
"O". . . . Notable Deeds: Skipping a week 
with out getting caught. . . . Interests: Boys, 
Steve P. . . . Outlook: Being an airline stew- 
ardess, having fun, getting a certain boy. 



NANCY E.SCHULTZ 

Nance 

Remembers: Saturday nights at home; four 
hours a day in room 208A; a class of 8; My 
Fair Lady with the concert choir; "2,4,6,8 
who do we appreciate ". . . . Pet Peeves: 
English classes with a certain teacher, gym 
class, driver education, homework, French 
III. . . . Notable Deed: Not repeating any 
grade in school. . . . Interests: Ice skating, 
secretarial work, children, knitting, sewing. 
. . . Outlook: One boy, many children, a trip 
to Hawaii. 




DONNA R. SHEEHAN 

Donna 

Future Teachers' Club. . . . Remembers: 
Jackie; Feb. 24, 1968; home ec. I; lunch with 
H.L.; all the dumb things Helen, Chris, 
Jackie, and I did. . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited 
people. . . . Negative Memories: Fights with 
Jackie. . . . Interests: Jackie, horseback riding, 
bowling. . . . Outlook: Going to college, be- 
coming a teacher. 





SCOTT M. F. SHEERIN 
Gus-Gus 

Remembers: Osceola; cruising past the Dair 
Queen with Moose; "Help, Moose is afte 
me". . . . Pet Peeves: Rope Climbers League 
loud rock music, soft rock music, in betweei 
rock music, classical music, jazz, blues. . 
Notable Deeds: Marvins Gardens, slayin; 
the Parker Street Dragon, waterworks. . 
Interests: Fondling armadillos, subways 
ships, jello, any music, stritch, mansello 
noseflute, cymbals. . . . Outlook: Parth 
cloudy. 




MARY SCIARAPPA 

Mary 

J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: Victory Dance 
of '69, THE NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY, 
Ray, Mrs. Aldrich, 02101, Le Chateau, work- 
ing on the J.V. Show, Papa Geno's P.O.D. 
classes, basketball injuries, all the gang. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Gym class, the basket room, 
office machines, singing. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Making it through 4 years at W.H.S., passing 
my business courses, talking in Mrs. Aldrich's 
seminars, getting out of gym alive. . . . In- 
terests: Fun, lots of clothes, vacations. . . . 
Outlook: Becoming a secretary 



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BRENDA SHELDON 
Brenda 
vel Club. . . . Remembers: Miss Scarpitto, 
I., bomb scares, B.K. and boys, C.S., 
., talking about K.B., study with E.M., 
;. G. . . . Pet Peeves: My locker getting 
•k, Mr. G.'s announcements, assemblies, 
1 class. . . . Outlook: Traveling through 
>., getting married to K.B. 




KATHLEEN L. SMITH 
Kathy 
smembers: Standing around outside be- 
nd the yellow line with all my friends. . . . 
st Peeves: Going to gym and having appara- 
s, getting up every morning. . . . Interests: 
ommy, work, horseback riding. . . . Outlook: 
aving a happy and successful marriage with 
ommy. 





GORDON W. SITEMAN 

Band 1, 2, 3; Soccer 2; Interact 2. . . . Remem- 
bers: Camden, Maine; G.B.'s cottages; the 
Rock. . . . Pet Peeve: Phony people. . . . In- 
tersts: Skiing, motorcycles, money. . . . Out- 
look: Being successful at photography. 




GLORIA J. SMITH 

Glor 

Softball 1, 3; Basketball Cheerleading 2, 3, 
co-capt. 4; Alpha 3, 4; J.V. Show; Yearbook. 
. . . Remembers: "You've Made Me So Very 
Happy", Martha's Vineyard, cheering, Mrs. 
Aldrich, C.F. and V.W., Chelmsford basket- 
ball game '70, class of '69. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Losing to Dracut in football and Tewksbury 
in basketball, Mr. Kelley's open window. . . . 
Never Forget: "Something fades as we grow 
older, and we hear the siren voices less 
clearly.". . . . Outlook: "Patience is the art 
of hoping"; "Tis better to have loved and 
lost, than never to have loved at all." 



RICHARD SMALLIDGE 
Rick 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 
2, 3; Junior Rotarian. . . . Remembers: August 
13, 14, 15, 1969 with Linda; G.E.; Horse, 
Frenchie, Lapper, and Lefty; 3 MVC Cham- 
pionships; "The Lemon"; my fabulous par- 
ents; June 13, 1970; Ada; D.D. ... Pet 
Peeves: The winter, mosquitoes. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Second team all-conference in foot- 
ball, 5th place Class C low hurdles sopho- 
more year. . . . Interests: A certain girl, sum- 
mer, having fun, the guys, Rolling Stones, 
'64 GTO. . . . Outlook: Being happy. 




EVELYN SPEAR 

Evelyn 

Remembers: Placing lethargic movements, 
delve unseen unheard, my life painted white 
on. white, thinking to think, my life tied up, 
school wetting my knots (grapefruit). . . . Pet 
Peeve: A mind carved from cinderblocks. . . . 
Notable Idea: Cogito Ergo Sum. . . . Interest: 
To reverse, "Others do not see you, they 
guess at you by uncertain conjectures". . . . 
Outlook: A pail of milk still warm, my farm, 
life uncertain, yet sure. 













LINDA SPINNEY 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, capt. 4; Basketball L, 2, 
3, capt. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3,; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3. . . . Remembers: A certain 
sophomore, everything about school and 
would like to forget it all. . . . Pet Peeves: 
People who think they are great, getting up 
in the a.m. and trying to sleep in the p.m. . . . 
Interest: Steve. . . . Outlook: Very poor. 




KATHY SUCRUE 
Kathy 
Remembers: Junior Skip Day, POD; Junior 
Prom; August 15, 1968; office machines. . . . 
Pet Peeves: School lunches, changing lor 
gym class, trying to pass a drafting test. . . . 
Interest: Richard. . . . Outlook: Marriage and 
a better job. 






ANN STANTIAL 
Goldie 

Senior Play; J.V. Show; Wildcat 4; Majorettes 
3; Band 1, 2. . . . Remembers: My beauty, 
someone's Christmas spirit, a stolen stock- 
ing, "Grungi", 10/17/69, Sully and gang, 
baths with Scotty, 4/24/71, Butch, Billy Dawn, 
Tony in the toilet, my mom and dad. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Hanleys fists, nice men who won't 
ask me out, "unvocabularized" people, preju- 
dice. . . . Notable Deeds: Sweating 9 games in 
"that" suit, kissing hard-lipped Bill in the 
play, trying to steal Michael from the girl up 
the street. 




LORELEI SUGGS 

Lori 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Yearbook; Stu- 
dent Council 4; N.H.S. . . . Remembers: 
May 23-25, 1970; Winter '69; chemistry class; 
Monadnock; M.Y.F.; Mrs. Aldrich; Kenny; 
the mailbox, Pewter Pot; D.C.A.; B.A.; early 
in the morning. . . . Pet Peeves: Homework 
on weekends, getting up for school, people 
who can't hold a door open, hypocrites. . . . 
Notable Deeds: Living through three years 
of Mrs. Aldrich, graduating, passing advanced 
math, learning how to ski. . . . Imagines: 
Reaching the impossible star . . . Outlook: 
Accomplishing God's will in my life. 



HARRY T. STEWART 
HAL 
Soccer 2, 3, capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Alpha 2; Football 1 Remem- 
bers: Ski trips, missing the state's in soccer, 
the "someone" who painted C.H.S., visiting 
Harry one morning, near misses driving. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Working, Fred. . . . Notable 
Deed: Soccer captain. . . . Interests: Skiing, 
making it through my life without being 
killed driving. . . . Outlook: Going to college, 
being a success. 




JOHN R. THEBEAU, JR. 

Smokin' Joe 

Football 1. . . . Remembers: Ossipee, New 
York '70, skip day parities, Hill 69, Paradise, 
living in New York. . . . Pet Peeves: To say I 
didn't do it and nobody believing me, 
teachers who think they're nice. . . . Notahle 
Deeds: Only getting bounced twice my 
senior year, passing everything my senior 
year to graduate. . . . Interests: Girls, to have 
a good time, sports cars. . . . Outlook: Not 
having any more fights with Susan, settling 
down with her to live happily ever after. 







JAMES G. THERIAULT 
Jim 
Remembers: Walking around the high school 
when I was in seventh grade. . . . Pet Peeve: 
The busy signal I got everyday from the 
phone at Maiden Hospital School of Nursing 
dorm. . . . Notable Deed: Playing a drunk in 
the class play. . . . Interest: Interesting things. 
. . . Outlook: Having a good job. 





ELAINE M. THORP 

Elaine 

Remembers: Running to the cafeteria at 
lunch time and feeling incapable of eating. 
. . . Interest: Being with Larry. . . . Outlook: 
Getting married July 3rd. 



SIDNEY A. TILDSLEY 

Sid 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club; Vice Pres. 1; 
Pres. 2. . . . Remembers: My close friends 
Bill, Harry, Mike and Rick; all the guys on 
the '70 football squad; my parents, the best 
in the world. . . . Pet Peeves: Being told 
what to do, peanuts, football camp, Meatball. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Saving Richard Lipski 
from drowning, saving a dog's life and total- 
ing my car. . . . Interests: Sharon, skiing, 
football, making money, practicing talking. 
. . . Outlook: Making a lot of money; getting 
married; owning a corvette; being very 
happy. 





LINDA J. VALENTE 
Linda 
Remembers: October 27, 1968; gym classes 
home ec. classes; M.G.; L.H.; P.L.; K.L. 
S.L.; Atkinson, N.H.; April 24 and 25, 1970 
all the great times I had with my friends 
class of '71. . . . Pet Peeves: Lunch ladies 
arguing, poor sports. . . . Notable Deed 
Honorary hockey cheerleader. . . . Interests 
Steve. . . . Outlook: Working, getting married 



DANA TIGHE 
Muttonhead 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show. . . . Remembers: 
Winning M.V.H.L. in '68-'69, flunking Mr. 
Kelley!, passing Mr. Kelley???, Yorko, Rod- 
ney, Cueball. . . . Pet Peeves: Cafe ladies, 
lunch lines, bells, Mr. Garrett, mornings, 
library fines. . . . Outlook: Dim. 




MARGARET VAYO 

Peggy 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Concert 
Choir Accompanist 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4. . . . 
Remembers: Our cheerful "volunteers'' who 
rule the cafe by saying, "Let's go!"; Ma Faro's 
children learning math; Junior Skip Day. . . . 
Pet Peeves: The sqwack box (both ends), 
"dictator" teachers. . . . Notable Deed: Four 
years at W.H.S. without getting caught for 
skipping. . . . Interests: Sports, music, having 
a good time with great kids. . . . Outlook: 
College, from there who knows. 




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LANCE WALDEN 

Lance 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3. . . . 
Remembers: Hockey, Leslie, Woburn St. 
School, Chevy truck. . . . Pet Peeves: School, 
Mr. Kelley, gym, Dudley. . . . Notable Deeds: 
Passed High School, passed Mr. Kelley. . . . 
Interests: Hockey, Leslie, lunch, May 14, 
Pricilla. . . . Outlook: Going to college. 






JANETTE L. WARD 
Janette 






KATHLEEN L. WALSH 

Kathy 
Remembers: Seeing Phil, senior year. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Eating in the cafe, English, 
freshmen who think they are big. . . . Notable 
Deed: Not getting a "D" sheet. . . . Interest: 
Graduating after going 13 years. . . . Outlook: 
Marrying Phil, moving out of Wilmington. 



JOHN WARFORD 
Warf 
Remembers: Drug store, the rock, Kelley's, 
Jack in the Box, getting in all my fights. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Hippies, sophomore girls. . . . 
Interests: Having a good time the rest of my 
life, not working too hard. 






JOYCE VECCHIARELLI 
Joyce 
Alpha 3. . . . Remembers: Skits in Mrs. A's 
class; getting yelled at for talking too much; 
getting shot down my Mr. C; Mr. Kelley's 
jokes; Mrs. A's classes; Boo's classes in the 
10th grade; Dianne — something's burning; 
K.K., D.B., D.L., outside at lunch; field trip 
with Tomato. . . . Pet Peeves: Mr. Kelley's 
open windows, no locks on girls' room doors. 
. . . Notable Deeds: Passing in Mr. Kelley's 
class, getting a 93 in Mrs. Aldrich's class. . . . 
Interests: Modeling, sewing, cooking, writ- 
ing poems about people. . . . Outlook: Teach- 
ing English in a high school. 





RICHARD WEED 
Rich 
Track 1, 2, capt. 3. . . . Remembers: School 
lunches. . . . Pet Peeves: Teachers, following 
rules. . . . Negative Memory: Becoming 19 
before September 1 and not being able to 
run track as a senior. . . . Interests: Dotty. . . , 
Outlook: Becoming someone at ZAYRE, be- 
ing happily married. 



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ROBERT T. WELCH 
Bob 
Rod and Gun Club. . . . Remembers: The day 
we pushed Art Barnaby into the girls' room 
at 10:00 break. . . . Pet Peeve: Chaining the 
doors at lunch time. . . . Negative Memory: 
The day we found band-aids in our lunches. 
. . . Interests: Chris, Lou Ann, Kathy and 
Beth; hunting, fishing, cars. . . . Outlook: 
Going to school, getting a good job. 




KATHERINE WHITNEY 

Kathy 

Softball 2, 3. . . . Remembers: Junior Skip 
Day, Mr. D's class, Junior Week, Senior 
Class Play. . . . Pet Peeve: Lunches. . . . In- 
terest: Sports. . . . Outlook: Saving money, 
later getting married. 






HUGO WIBERG III 

Hugh 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir; Film Making 
3. . . . Remembers: The fantastic marching 
band of the 1970 football season — we won 
5 half times, lost 4. . . . Pet Peeves: The inter- 
com system, French. . . . Notable Deed: I 
graduated. . . . Interests: Music, pro-sports. 
. . . Outlook: Having a house in the country. 




GARY E. WHITCOMB 

Gary 

Cross Country 1, 2, capt. 4; Indoor Track 1, 
2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. . . . Remembers: 
Band '67, Camdon trip, Honda 50, Melrose, 
'53 Dodge, S.B.I., the group, Uncle Don, 
Earl's string, Betsy DeMolay, ski trips. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Robin J., certain girls of '73, 
Peter G. Mouth, Cross Country, winter track, 
two little cross-country runners. . . . Notable 
Deed: Tried hard for a certain girl. . . . In- 
terests: Girls, music, skiing, DeMolay. . . . 
Outlook: To become the highest paid pilot 
in history. 



LINNEA J. WIBERG 
Linn 

Band 1, 2, 3; Math League 1; Basketball 1; 
N.H.S. 4; Senior Play; Future Teachers 4. 
. . . Remembers: The ephemeral summers, 
raw bread, cycles, taking algebra II twice. . . . 
Pet Peeves: "Might makes right", my acqui- 
sition of integrity, "ask your own heart", 
"nothing is so plain.". . . . Notable Deed: "I 
walk more firmly and surely up hill than 
down.". . . . Interests: Life, love, being an 
education to myself and others, shining by 
my own light. . . . Outlook: Being wise, free, 
versatile and happy. 




DEBRA WHITE 

Debby 

Getting my license. . . . Remembers: The ex- 
citing driving class, turkey days. . . . Pet 
Peeves: Lunches, small lockers. . . . Notable 
Deed: Finally making it to be a senior. . . . 
Interest: Fun, outdoors, sports. . . . Outlook: 
Having fun in whatever I do! 








DANIEL R. WILLIAMS 
Dan 

Baseball 1, Chess Club, DeMoulas. ... Re- 
members: 495, "Palletize them babies", 91 
from Frank, Mr. Kelley's puns. . . . Pet 
Peeves: 6:15, $1.80 per hour, Swedish box, 
45 minutes. . . . Notable Deeds: 99 on a trig, 
test, $1.90 per hour. . . . Interests: Hockey, 
math, food, fun. . . . Outlook: Cloudy, 50% 
chance of rain, clearing by Tuesday 1976. 




ELIZABETH A. WOODS 
Betty 
Executive Board 3, J.V. Show, Slave Auction, 
Cake Sale, Spanish Club, Table Top Hockey, 
Yearbook, Candy Sale 4. . . . Remembers: 
Turkey Day, Pennsylvania trip, Janis Jop- 
lin's and Gale Sear's visit to the girls' locker 
room. . . . Pet Peeves: Lunches, gym, having 
to makeup third period gym class because 
of bomb scares. . . . Notable Deed: Sitting 
through three years of seminars in Mrs. A.'s 
English class. . . . Interests: Food, people, 
getting out of school. . . . Outlook: Going to 
college; being a teacher, maybe? 



RICHARD E. WILLSON 

Flip 

Remembers: Snowballs in the cafe; bomb 
scare; hockey; goodtimes with J.M., E.E., 
and S.T. —wherever he is; food raids on Cum- 
berlands with J.M. . . . Pet Peeve: Bog at the 
line. . . . Interests: My '57 Chevy, The Music 
Group. . . . Outlook: Being an auto mechanic. 





PATRICIA M. WINTERS 

Patricia 

Chess Club, J.V. Show, Science Club, Bas- 
ketball Intramurals, Yearbook. . . . Remem- 
bers: English classes, being late constantly, 
the get-togethers at Elaine Burpee's house, 
Spanish friends. . . . Pet Peeves: Dicky D., 
8 o'clock bell, staying till 2:50. . . . Notable 
Deeds: Math award, broke my sister's foot. 
. . . Interests: Swimming, skating, piano. . . 
Outlook: College, criminology, joining the 
F.B.I. 



CATHERINE A. WORTH 
Cathy 





RAY A. YORK 
Ray 



KURT ZAVERSON 
Crusher 
Class Rug 2, 3; Cha Cha Champ 2, 3; Squee- 
gee team. . . . Remembers: Oscela, Alaska 
trip, summer kitchen, fooling past the Dairy 
Queen in Moose's Mere. . . . Pet Peeves: 
Meatball, playing squee-gee; skunk patrol. 
. . . Notable Sayings: Help, Moose is after 
me!, throw that squee-gee!, none for me 
thanks (No sirree!). . . . Outlook: Keep on 
truckin', Hey Hey Hey, truckin' my blues 
away. 




ROBIN MEADS 
Moose 
Remembers: Goliath by David Harris, Canas- 
ta Champ, studying Friday and Saturday 
night, BREATHING, Free Loading. ... Pet 
Peeves: J. Miealizzi, profoundness, English 
class. . . . Notable Deeds: Who me? Oh come 
now! . . . Interests: Knot-tying, lion taming, 
ant farms, Smoke-Eaters League. . . . Outlook: 
Zoo-keepering, skin diving for Joe App. 



CHARLES SHAY 

Charlie 

Remembers: Mr. Natural running for Stu- 
dent Council. . . . Pet Peeves: Teeny hoppers, 
tough-guy beeries, school administration and 
policy. . . . Notable Deed: Making it to lunch 
in twelve seconds from room 125. . . . In- 
terst: Racing. . . . Outlook: Revolution in 
America. 



DAVID THOMAS 

David 

Remembers: Mr. Cripps, blackboards, clock. 
. . . Pet Peeve: Suspension for skipping 
school. . . . Interest: Motorcycles. . . . Out- 
look: To take things as they come. 



Thomas W. Allen 
Ralph J. Block 
Brenton Clark 
Sharon Clark 
Daniel T. Clifford 
Henry Johnson 
Richard R. Justice 
Daniel C. Lyons, Jr. 
William E. McCue 
Suzanne Post 
Donald R. Razey 
Robert Ricigliano 
Glenn J. Steeves 
Gary Stover 
Daniel C. Sullivan 
Mary E. Sullivan 
Donna Trout 
David F. Walsh 
Leigh Webster 



MICHAEL D. LANDERS 

Mike 

Class Treasurer 1; Student Council 1; Hoc- 
key 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . Remembers: 
Ski trips, V.W., trip to Hawaii, Bob's classes, 
field trip with Mrs. Long, New York trip, 
Junior Sleep-out, kidnapping, weekends be- 
hind Y.C. and Plaza. . . . Pet Peeve: Getting 
up in the morning. . . . Interest: Brenda. . . . 
Outlook: Getting a Chevy that runs for more 
than two days. 



THEODORE D. WICKS 
Ted 
Band 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Ski Club 2, 4; 
Alpha 1, 2, 3; Omega 2. . . . Remembers: 
"Hey Cisco! "; a November day; coffee 
houses; bowling; Oct. 12, 1970; April; an 
August day last summer; kidding all my 
friends; the Teddv Bear Club; July 4th. . . . 
Pet Peeves: Meatball, French III, George's 
banalities, the Maverick, am radio. . . . Nota- 
ble Deeds: Seventeen minute stretch, three 
in two days. . . . Interests: Biology, English, 
bowling, writing, seeing the world. . . . Out- 
look: Becoming a selling writer, evading the 
draft, making it through college. 



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ACT TWO SCENE ONE 

Graduation is finally here. After twelve long years of educa- 
tion, it is all over, right? No, definitely not. For some of us, high 
school graduation is only an end to one long chapter of our for- 
mal education. We will continue this education again in the fall 
in college, business school, or nursing school. Some of us have 
finished our formal educations and have jobs or marriage wait- 
ing in the near future. But in either case, whether or not educa- 
tion in a formal sense is waiting, we will all continue to learn. 
We cannot and do not close our minds because we have finished 
high school. Learning is a continuing process that began when 
we were born and will end only when we die. 

Perhaps now we feel confident and experienced because we 
are graduating. But we have not even begun to learn anything of 
our world. Learning is not necessarily linked with books. A child 
learns to crawl; a man learns to reason. Learning is a process that 
is intricately linked with the day to day experience of living. We 
have had twelve years of learning from books, but we have never 
has the experience necessary to test what we have learned. We 
have the tools — we have learned to read, write, and maybe think. 
What we build with these implements, however, depends on 
future experience and learning outside of our now relatively 
sheltered lives. We criticize our parents and their generation for 
their politics and policies. We oppose them vehemently on issues 
such as Vietnam. But when our turn comes, what will we do? 
Will we make the same mistakes that we feel our parents did? 
Were these really mistakes? We now know the rules of the game, 
but we will never know how the game is actually played until 
we play it ourselves. 

As we leave high school, we are not ending our education. We 
should be just beginning it. We have to learn to get along with 
friends and neighbors, and to build lasting relationships with 
people. We have to make places for ourselves inside, or outside 
of society, as we choose. We have to become aware and inter- 
ested in where our nation is going so that as citizens of a democ- 
racy, we can exercise fully the rights that are ours. It is impossible 
to close our minds to our world merely because we are graduat- 
ing. We can sit here, though, and think of freedom from teachers 
and homework. However, now the responsibility of learning is 
solely our own. Instead of being satisfied with what we know, we 
should be awed by what we do not. Our real education should be 
just beginning. 

Ann Lombard 




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SALUTATORY 




CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO WORLDS 

I would like to welcome you all to the graduation exercises of 
our class of 1971. 

Many of us have been talking incessantly of May 14, the end 
of school, graduation, marriage, jobs, and college. We just could 
not wait until we could leave school. The moment is now here — 
why were we so anxious? To get out of school? I don't think so — 
I think we did want to escape the enforced security of school 
life, but many of us have a lot to look forward to during the sum- 
mer and next fall. This makes the end of school seem unimpor- 
tant. It's just a phase that we all must go through before we can 
begin the rest of our lives. 

I felt this way until about a month ago when I attended a wed- 
ding shower for a girl in the Senior class. Everything hit me 
there — that girl is going to be married and spend the rest of her 
life with someone. We are graduating and will go our separate 
ways; there will be some of our friends whom we will never see 
again. I then began to see graduation with a different degree of 
importance. 

Though our lives are diverging, we all have something in 
common. We are going to face a challenge. We will have to face 
decisions as to what we will do: getting full-time jobs, serving 
in the Armed Forces, getting married, or going to college. 

These challenges all have certain requirements for the indi- 
vidual. Self-discipline, maturity, knowledge of ourselves and 
our capabilities, and the desire to accomplish our goals. Many 
factors influence the growth of these qualities, education play- 
ing perhaps the largest with regard to self-discipline and knowl- 
edge of our capabilities. Parents and teachers try to guide us in 
finding knowledge of ourselves and the desire to accomplish our 
goals. The teacher's job is finished — we must wait for the result. 

Very few of us can know if we are ready to make these deci- 
sions. Shortly we shall all know. We must rely on everything that 
we have been taught by our teachers and parents and the in- 
fluence of our peers. Many of our fears of the future are based on 
the doubt: are we ready for the world? 

Graduation is a plunge into the unknown. Being young and 
not really aware of the problems that will arise, we rush head 
first into a different world. The sheltered world we have known 
is gone; a new one with many uncertainties is here. 

We must learn to cope with each problem as it arises and gain 
confidence from experience. As we learn, we will mature, our 
base being twelve years of education and eighteen years of grow- 
ing up now completed. We can only hope that our preparation 
has been strong enough. 

Today, as we say good-bye to our friends and wish them good 
luck, let's look back on our twelve years of schooling and then 
look forward, feeling confident that we are ready for the world. 

Margaret Vayo 



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ESSAY 



THE GREATEST, MOST IMPORTANT DIFFICULTY 

What does "to have an education" mean? Is it of a book learn- 
ing nature, or is education knowledge and experience? Does it 
mean memorizing details for a mark to pass a course to graduate, 
or is education the desire for a mark to pass a course to graduate, 
or is education the desire to learn to develop the whole being? 
One thing is certain: to exist in society, some sort of basic edu- 
cation is needed. ... In the words of Montaigne, a sixteenth 
century individualist: "the greatest and most important difficulty 
of human effort is the. . . . education of children." 

The fundamentals of an education involve such skills as read- 
ing and comprehension, and writing. These skills must be 
taught in order to be able to continue in education. The early 
years should establish the foundation for the years of education 
in the future. However, there is a point of saturation where an 
individual has had all the basics needed. Then he should be 
given the free will to develop creativity and individuality. This 
allowance for individuality should be an integral part of educa- 
tion. Forcing a student to do certain things in a narrow range 
tends to limit and inhibit his ability. "By depriving a pupil of 
liberty to do things for himself, we make him servile and cow- 
ardly." (Montaigne) The student can only play back the ideas of 
the teacher and the subject he is compelled to digest. 

In today's system it seems that education places more of a 
stress on "book learning" and on competing for a grade of 93 in- 
stead of a 92. Emphasis is placed not on what the student may 
learn but on how he performs and what his mark is. Education 
now means more of a memorizing for a mark for a short while, 
then forgetting the substance of the material after the test. 
Memorizing is without use; "to know by heart only is not to 
know it all, it is simply to keep what one has committed to mem- 
ory." (Montaigne) Education, in many cases, means existing 
through boredom for a souvenir, a piece of paper, designating 
graduation and readiness for life. 

However, education should encompass the whole individual. 
It should not only involve the person's mind, but his thoughts 
and actions, his relation to other ideas and to other people. Edu- 
cation should be a learning experience and a development of 
person and spirit. Montaigne said that education should be a 
"desiring ... to form an able and efficient man (rather) than a 
learned man." What use would there be of a formal education 
in life? 

The practicality of an education should also be an influence. 
There is no use teaching a student something he will never use. 
If a student is taught a subject that is completely irrelevant to 
his life and future, then the time used to teach the material is 
wasted. If the material cannot in any way contribute to the de- 
velopment of an individual, it is without value for all concerned. 

Education should not be an exercise just in memory or recit- 
ing the alphabet, but an exercise in learning and judgment, 
sense and substance. It should entail the whole spirit; it should 
influence the person's life and his role in society. Education 
should foster wisdom and judgment to "bare and mere literal 
learning." (Montaigne) 




The diploma should signify not wasted years of useless mem- 
orizing, but years taken to develop a whole, rounded person. 
This graduation exercise should mean more than a "good rid- 
dance" to years in a confinement of irrelevancy; it should mean a 
greeting to a new and perhaps better way of life as a result of 
suitable preparation. Almost everyone leaving here today should 
have a feeling of individuality and readiness to join, or tackle, 
life. Maybe a few do. But perhaps because of the present day 
system of education many cannot claim this, through no fault of 
their own. We would be remiss in our obligations to society if we 
did not strive to make education better for those students yet to 
come. 

Susan Crawford 



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CLASS WILL 



We have made it! Four years of Barney's capricious moods, four years of 
Mr. Garrett's meditation, four years of gym, four years of lockers and ten 
o'clock breaks, four years of band, four years of art, four years of business, four 
years of teachers, four years of those care lunches, four years of hockey, track, 
baseball, football, basketball . . . four horrible years. To those horrible years 
we leave the CLASS WILL of 1971. 

Sally leaves behind one pair of white (?) sneakers, two pairs of unmatched 
socks, and one sweatshirt to Miss McCarthy. Margo Landry leaves her memo- 
ries to the teachers. Kathy Whitney leaves all baby knowledge to Mrs. Kan- 
chuga. Donna Robinson leaves thanks to Mrs. Kanchuga for making her real- 
ize the importance of being a young lady. Cindy Jensen leaves one big kiss 
to Mr. Malay. Gary Whitcomb leaves an old algebra II book and a book on 
classroom self-defense to anyone unfortunate enough to have Mr. Kelley. 
Dawn MacGillivray leaves Mr. Cogan smiling. Joyce Vecchiarelli leaves Mr. 
Kelley her pills. Lori Suggs leaves her teabag to Mr. Kelley. Steve Parsons 
leaves shears to Mr. Cripps. Patricia Winters leaves Mr. Kelley's homework 
sheet to anyone who finishes their homework. Don Harrison leaves a copy 
of EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT GENO 
DISARCINA BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK. Mai Reitchel leaves Kule her 
bowl of fruit and her art work. Kurt Hinxman returns all authority to Mr. 
Lentige in his Graphic Arts Class. William Briggs leaves the promise to take 
Miss Kule's job away — also to make her return all the paintings she's bor- 
rowed from him. Pamela Maison leaves Miss Kule all the respect she ever 
wanted. Donna Jordon leaves Mrs. Kanchuga a Betty Crocker Cookbook. 
Kathy Smith leaves a 10 pound bag of mints to the cute teacher in Room 207. 
John Kleynan leaves his little brother to the teachers. Diane Robichaud leaves 
all her spare time spent in the halls, in the front of 213 with Ken to Mr. D. 
Holly Rice leaves Miss Haitas her old double blade skates. Susan Adams 
leaves her insanity to Mr. Gary Nelson, who needs it — he's too sane. Kathy 
Smith leaves a book of HOW TO TEACH SENSITIVITY TO THE 
WEATHERMEN to Mrs. Cronin. Karen Lesnik leaves 25c worth of candy 
bars to Miss Dadoly. Steve Parsons leaves a bowl of lasagna to Geno. Kathy 
Whitney leaves her P.O.D. papers and laughs to Mr. D. Carol Freeman leaves 
her "congenial" personality to Mr. Lynch, her favorite teacher. Mary Ann 
Morlani leaves Mr. Fessenden without remorse. Robert Lyford leaves his 
collection of Doonesbury comic strips to Fred and BKM. Sid Tildsley would 
like to leave a third Tildsley coming up next year to Miss Abbood. Debby 
White leaves all her problems to Miss Abbood. James Gum leaves all the 
headaches that his class gave Mr. McDermott this year. Thomas Beaton leaves 
his number one rating in the table top hockey to Geno. S. F. and L. B. leave 
Mr. Fardy a clean large notebook for any new notes for next years' classes. 
Donna Jordan leaves Mrs. Partlow a sewing needle. Robin Moore leaves Mr. 
Cogan with another Moore the next three years. 

Rachael Palmer leaves 57 rolls of masking tape and 400 cardboard boxes to 
the art room. Gail Parent leaves her seat in the art room which she used for 
four years. Fran Baker leaves her seat in Miss Kule's room for any freshman 
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Gloria Marsh leaves one used chair in 208-A. Kathy Smith leaves one un- 
censored copy of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS to Chuck and George. 
Debra Sevener gladly leaves Mrs. Gershon to any student fortunate enough 
to have her. Denise Bureau leaves her typewriter that she used for four 
hours a day to anyone who wants it. Janis Field leaves all her shorthand tests 
and quizzes to the freshman in 202. Diane Robichaud leaves a considerable 
number of zeroes for being late for Mr. Shiere's class to future bookkeeping 
students who will give him the same trouble. Sandy O'Rourke leaves her 
statistical typing book to George. Dawn MacGillivray leaves Mrs. Gershon 
to worry about Mrs. Webber. Jan Rosa leaves a bottle of tranquilizers and a 
package of Contac to any brave student of Room 208-A. Joyce Lippert leaves 
her statistical typing booklet to anyone who wants it. Nancy Schultz leaves 
her statistical typing booklet to the students in 208-A. Peggy Vayo leaves a 
warning to all those who like to talk with their friends above a whisper in 
front of Mrs. Webber's room at 10:05. Michelle LaValle leaves behind to all 
third year business students the boredom and monotony of staying in the same 
classroom — same seat — four periods in a row, and the near impossibility of 
skipping a business class — unless the teacher breaks her ribs and is out for 
three weeks. 

Patty Kelley leaves to sister BJ a pair of crutches if she wants to try out for 
basketball cheerleading. John Daniell leaves his speediness to the track 
team. Thomas Mirisola leaves one "oops" to Coach Gilligan to be used in 
whatever way he sees fit. Rich Smallidge leaves two knee braces to anyone 
unfortunate enough to need them. James Ritchie leaves his football shirt for 
coach's trophy case. Jim Irwin leaves a lead puck (to practice his meager 
shots) and a pair of smelly hockey gloves to John Harrison. Richard Weed 
leaves his track shoes for someone who can put them to good use. Walter 
Hills leaves his football uniform to any guy who can wear it with as much 
pride as he did. Harry Latta leaves his right soccer shoe to Frank Simmons to 
put to use. Dennis Murphy leaves to Phil Morrissey one pair of striped 
sneakers so that he can slip all over the court, just like Dennis did. Thomas 
Mirisola leaves to next year's varsity center fielder the hole in his baseball 
glove. David Irwin leaves his three front teeth and a lisp to any unfortunate 
future hockey player. Dick Gillis and Mike Curran would like to leave the 100 
different ways they used to get out of track practices. Gary Whitcomb leaves a 
pair of worn-out track shoes to anyone who can break 2:10 in the 880 during 
his senior year. Walter Hills leaves his football locker #5 to anybody crazy 
enough to want it. 

Trudy Kennedy leaves all her skip days to her sister Patty. Robin Moore 
leaves all her medical excuses to any girl fortunate enough to have them. 
Marcia Carbone leaves her absentee record to Mary Cote or anyone who can 
fulfill it. Gail Provenzano and Cathy Worth leave their luck in skipping and 
not getting caught to some unlucky student at WHS. Dale, Gloria, and Patty 
leave eighteen straight days of being late to anyone who can do better than 
that. Barbara Flores, Kathy Ingalls and Brenda Graves leave their exception- 
ally good luck at skipping to anyone who thinks they can do better. They also 
leave a reserved seat in the 8:02 — which made it all possible. 

Denise Lavine leaves her left gym sock to Patty and her right gym sock to 
Betty. Kathy Whitney leaves her gym suit and sneakers to Miss MacCarthy. 
Debbie Day leaves her gym locker combination, 36-24-36, to anyone who fits 
the qualifications. Brenda Sheldon leaves one slightly dirty gym suit and one 
slightly dirty gym locker (#392) to next year's freshman. Robert Welch leaves 
his gym suit to Coach Bellissimo — he may be able to fit into it someday. 
Scott Sheerin leaves 582,163 push-ups for Meatball. Gail Provenzano leaves 
her smelly old gym suit to any person who gets stuck without one in time of 
need. Frank Carroll leaves his gym suit to Fred. Patty Kelley leaves her locker 
room tape recordings for all girls. Holly Rice leaves all her socks to next 
year's gym class. Rhonda Carlin leaves gym locker #169 to some poor fresh- 
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Sally F. leaves her broken locker to any worthy freshman. Diane Burke 
leaves her decorated locker to some lucky freshman — "decorate and cherish 
it always.'' Margo Landry leaves Eddie her locker. Marcia Carbone leaves 
Debbie Tomasi her locker. Mai Reitchel leaves Eddie his locker. Linda Place 
leaves locker #553 to some poor freshman or sophomore. It opens with a good 
hard kick. Gloria Marsh leaves two unused lockers. Dennis MacCallum leaves 
a locker of unreturned library books. Amy Anderson leaves her locker to any 
freshman who will be willing to fight with the office to get it to work. Harry 
Stewart leaves his locker to someone who is either a lot more patient than he, 
or an expert safe-cracker. Pam Bacon leaves locker #300 to some poor unsus- 
pecting freshman. It closes quite easily — with a kick and a bang. Jackie Mica- 
lizzi leaves a foot-stool for those under 5'2" with a top locker. Elaine Thorp 
leaves her locker to the freshman. Bill Mardney leaves one locker full of un- 
used books to anyone. James Ritchie leaves his locker to anyone who wants it. 

Terri O'Connors leaves her brother, Jimmy, under the guidance of Michael 
Harrington and Mr. Cogan. Sally Fantasia leaves her football cheerleading 
uniform to her sister, Marie. Gloria Smith leaves to her brother and sisters a 
pack of gum, a waste basket, a scraper and a worn-out map of the school in 
case of Mr. Kelley. Patti Kelley leaves BJ two years of being profound for 
Mrs. Aldrich — if she can take it. Amy Anderson leaves her sister and brother 
the right to be tardy. Mai Reitchel leaves Room 225 to her brother Jackie. Don 
Harrison leaves complete control of the school and faculty to his brother, 
Doug and to his sister, Chen. Maureen Given leaves her sister, Gayle, her 
father's signature — to sign her own notes. Leslie Dluznieski leaves her sister 
four long years at WHS. Lousie Baker leaves boring POD classes with Geno 
to her sisters. Sue Barry leaves a year of Mr. D's classes to her brother, Paul. 

Mai Reitchel leaves the small cafe to whoever wants it. James Gum leaves 
the cafe all the good lunches we made this year. Margo Landry leaves all the 
pieces of lunch on the floor to the cafe. Kurt Hinxman leaves all the senior's 
recipes to the cafe. Richard Carter leaves those cafe lunches to future classes. 
Susan Adams leaves Terry's and her lunch seat to Michele L. and David D. 
Also she leaves her lunch table to Lois, Cherry, Sandy, and Jeannie, with a 
brown paper bag for their squashed milk cartons. Brenda Locke leaves the 
cafe's job to dishpan hands. Joe Mullins leaves one book of 1,000 recipes 
even more disgusting than the ones they already have. Dawn MacGillivray 
leaves creamed spinach soup to the cafe and WHS — forever! Joyce Vecchia- 
relli leaves her gourmet lunches to Mrs. "Thelma" Wentworth. 

Margo Landry leaves a pack of cigarettes to the 215 girls' room. Karen Heim 
leaves all her cigarette butts in the parking lot. Margaret D'Errico leaves the 
air vents in the 215 girls' room to all those that go in there to smoke — but 
don't get caught. Linda Adams leaves her smoking stall in the 215 girls' room 
to anyone who wants it. Joyce Vecchiarelli leaves her "puffs" to Patty, Betty, 
Hen, and Parker. 

Hugh Wiberg leaves one bent baritone. Elaine Burpee leaves a pair of 
wrecked tassles and a broken up baton to some poor majorette. Gary Whit- 
comb leaves a tenor sax to Dave Passmore — if he can ever find Middle C. 
Holly Rice leaves one pair of tympani mallets and the title section leader to 
Mr. Menzie's next unsuspecting soul. 

R. W. leaves his two new bald tires he smoked in the High School parking 
lot. Kathy Knowlton leaves her parking space to Patty. She also leaves her 
1960 Falcon to any underclassman who can start it in 90 degree weather with- 
out using the choke. Denise Lavine leaves her banged-up car to anybody who 
goes to drive-ins and has poles in front of them. Joyce Vecchiarelli leaves her 
tailpipe, oil, and empty gauge. 

Bill Gustus leaves Milt Famie to all incoming freshmen who have never 
heard of him. Donna Jordon leaves her books to the "little freshman" to use 
in years to come. James Gum leaves all his excellent essays to his English 
class. Gloria Marsh leaves one pair of old clunky glasses to anyone. John 
Kleynan leaves his sympathy to the junior and senior shop class next year 
while they build the house. Terri O'Connors leaves Anne Polsey and Lorraine 
Lemieux taxi fare. Harry Latta leaves his broken Hart Javelin skiis to anybody 
that thinks he can ski on them. Phil Butler leaves a can of Nutrament to Bern 
Wagstaff. Diane Burke leaves an advanced activity period class. Lance Piatt 



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leaves his grapefruit. Brian Farrell leaves his loeker, books, desks, and teachers 
to the poor lower classmen. Kathy Leary leaves Alison Arnold a tube of Ben- 
Gay for pulled leg muscles. Cindy Jensen leaves one slightly used balloon 
to whoever can use it. Ted Wicks leaves special brownies for Buffalo Bob. 
Pamela Maison leaves Mr. Dicey to any kool and unsuspecting chick. Lance 
Walden leaves his gym socks to his teachers and the school. Judy Boeri leaves 
an unorganized dues book and an advanced activity class II. Ho Chi leaves 
behind his secret identity — Kevin McCormick. Cindy Balcom leaves her 
Mickey Mouse sweatshirt to anyone who cares to wash it. Ann Stantial leaves 
her ability to stay awake the whole sleep-out, then coming to school, and 
facing the left, left, left, left, left of graduation practice. Jackie Cawthron leaves 
her mouth — she talks fast — to anyone who can use it as a conning machine as 
she has. Tony DeFrancesco gives away all his physics knowledge and the 
crown to anyone who can get a lower grade. Sandi O'Rourke leaves three long 
years of waiting to Terri. Bill McGinley leaves Ann Stantial and her kisses to 
next year's senior class play. Lance and Shannon each leave Riccelli three 
inches. Carl Capozzi leaves all his charm and talents through experience to 
the immature students coming up. Dana Tighe leaves his excellent study 
habits to any unfortunate that feels like just getting by. Linn Wiberg leaves 
her penchant for obnoxious, ridiculous rules to some integrity-filled junior. 
Steve Catalano and Linda Valente leave behind two pairs of extremely worn 
out boxing gloves to any loving couple who love to argue day in and day out. 
They also leave behind all the happy times they had together between 
rounds. Louise Baker leaves 101 ways to spend lonely weekends to anyone 
who is in love with servicemen. Mai Reitchel leaves himself memories. 
Arthur Barnaby leaves his girl, Debra, to NO ONE. Donna Jordan leaves all 
her school memories to WHS. Steve Parsons leaves some good memories and 
some bad memories. Margo Landry leaves Ed to the freshman. Debra Sevener 
leaves all the trouble they caused and the fun they had causing it, to Russo, 
and I hope she can double it. D. T. leaves a chain of beer can tabs for Mr. 
Cripps clock. Patty Kelley leaves Frank to any deserving underclassman. 
Mai Reitchel leaves Gayle Given to Eddie Landry. Kathy Sugrue leaves 
Cheryl Tomasi her drafting pencil and eraser, and she hopes Cheryl has fun 
in drafting next year. Debra Sevener leaves all the good times she had with 
Steve in memory of him, my friends, and me. She also leaves all the good 
times she could have had to Kathy Cain. Lee Hobby leaves a pair of slightly 
used saddle shoes to Donna Brewster and a $10 gift certificate at any Jacob 
Finklestein Store. 

Frank Gruber leaves three bottles of turtle wax to a certain member of the 
School to keep his chrome dome shining. Richard Carter leaves Kathy Whit- 
ney's, if she will give it to him, to Barney for those cold days. Sandi 
O'Rourke leaves her three suspension rooms to anyone who wants them. 
Margo Landry leaves all her books and D-sheets to the school. Cynthia Johns 
leaves the big bow tie that was used in the JV show to Mr. Garrett. Dawn 
MacGillivray leaves a moment of silent meditation to students waiting to see 
Mr. Garrett. Arthur Barnaby leaves his seniority to Mr. Garrett. Richard Car- 
ter leaves Mr. Garrett to the Junior class. 

Steve Parsons leaves graduation practice. Leslie Dluznieski leaves all the 
good times of being at the end of the graduation line to all future senior 
girls who are tall. Kathy Walsh leaves school. William DeLisle leaves this 
school. Leida Rideout leaves the whole school, good points and bad, to in- 
coming students. Monica Gilardi leaves Wilmington High School — as fast as 
she can. Mai Reitchel leaves 215 and 115 to whoever takes care of them. 
Linda Place leaves the remainders of WHS to anyone who wants them. And 
finally, Robin Meads leaves the country to anybody who wants it. 

We the class of 1971, being of unorganized soundness, and doubtful sanity 
leave -ONE LAST QUOTE... 

Susan Adams admits at last that she is of "shapeless body and insane mind." 

Jonathan Hayward 



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CLASS HISTORY 



I guess the actual history of" the class of" 1971 dates hack to 1953 when 25 babies 
came screaming into the world. Little did we know at that time that on September 3, 
1966, we would be entering Wilmington High School together as freshmen. 

The sun was shining down on us that September morning as we proudly, yet hesi- 
tatingly, entered the building and began to wind a maze that was to lead us to many 
new and enlightening experiences that would shape our future. 

With Mr. Grecoe as our class advisor, we held our first class meeting in November. 
"What's it all about?" seemed to be the thematic question. At this time, nomination 
papers were circulated for class elections. Carl Capozzi was chosen president; Sid 
Tildsley, vice president; Marie Ricci, secretary and Mike Landers, treasurer. It was 
now that the very able, yet not always welcomed, dues collectors began their work. 

It was during our freshman year that Girls' basketball witnessed a number one vic- 
tory. Football really stepped into the limelight though as the team witnessed its 
first in a series of three number one victories. To think our freshman class held some 
of the key players. Mike Espisito, Dick Gillis, and Rick Smallidge started to capture 
everyone's attention. We had made many lasting friendships and learned to feel at 
home as our freshman vear came to a close. 

As the leaves turned brown a few months later, we found ourselves once more safely 
under the roof of Wilmington High, this time as sophomores. We still looked up at the 
seniors and juniors, of course we won't even mention those "little'' freshmen. 

Miss Dolkart was our class advisor that year, and after elections, at the end of Octo- 
ber, Sid Tildsley became president; Mike Curran, vice president; Joan Cuoco, secre- 
tary; and Bill Gustus, treasurer. With these four at the reins, our sophomore class 
dance was planned for December eighteenth. The "Crystal Ball,'' as the dance was 
called, was held in the gym. "The Lost Generation," was the band that played. 

This vear, the hockey team, with stars Mike Esposito, Jim Irwin, and Dana Tighe, 
joined the football team to become the number one champions from our league. 

In May, we held another class meeting to decide on a location for our Junior Prom. 
The Speare House in Lowell was chosen. It was also at this meeting that sophomore 
Crazy Day was planned. 

On June fifth, as a prelude to Crazy Day a sophomore class party was held at Silver 
Lake. A sleep out followed the party. On June sixth, Crazy Day had its beginning as 
two hundred uninhibited sophomores paraded from the Little League Park to the 
High School. So we had seen a second year fleetingly pass as our Sophomore year 
ended. 

After what seemed like a short vacation, we returned to Wilmington High, one step 
away from the honor of being a senior. Mr. Osmond became our loyal and dedicated 
advisor that year, and after elections in September, Bill Gustus became president; 
Jackie Micalizzi, vice president; Joan Cuoco, secretary; and Judy Boeri, treasurer. 
An executive board was also elected to work along with the class officers. Members 
included: Diane Burke, Jackie Cawthron, Kathy Ingalls, Gail Provenzano, and Betty 
Woods. 

In November, our officers scheduled a slave auction and a very successful cake sale. 
Shortly afterwards, we began laying out plans for the Junior Variety Show. I'm sure 
the organizers will never forget all the meetings and parties after school with Mr. Os- 
mond. In March, we held another class meeting to make final plans for the show and 
to plan Junior Week. 

The first day of Junior Week, April thirteenth, was Baby Day. All the babies met on 
the Common, boldly marched over to the school, and bombarded the principal's office 
with balloons. Everyone knows that babies only use pennies. The lunch ladies learned 
this, much to their dismay as they had among their lunch count over seven thousand 
pennies that day. 

Tuesday, April fourteenth, was Dress-up Day. On that same evening at the North 
Intermediate School, we held our Junior Banquet. Awards for Scholastic achievement 
and special sports merit were presented to the deserving students. 

On Wednesday, we all had the opportunity to be what we had always aspired for. 
It was Occupation Day. April fifteenth was also the dress rehearsal for the Junior 
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We had planned for April sixteenth to be the day all Juniors would dress in red. 
However April 16, 1970, became the first massive skip day in the history of Wilming- 
ton High. It was probably the most successful activity a class has ever planned, out- 
side of graduation that is. 

Thursday, April seventeenth, was Crazy Day. Whether for our protection, or for the 
townspeople's or for just plain publicity, we had a police-escorted parade from Wein- 
berg's to the High School. That night we had our first try at our Junior Variety Show. 
That was a night we will never forget — a night of side-splitting comedy with the lead 
acts "Romeo and Juliet," "Bad Death,'' "The Little Kids," "The Bathroom Quintet," 
and the "Newlywed Game." Following the second run on Saturday Night, there was a 
cast party at Jackie Cawthron's. 

We hardly had a chance to catch our breath before our Junior Prom, "Exealibre," 
became a reality on April Twenty-fourth. Kathy Sugrue was selected to be queen. 

In May, we held our final class meeting. At this time, we elected officers for our 
senior year. Jackie Micalizzi was chosen president; Lance Piatt, vice president; 
Joan Cuoco, secretary; and Judy Boeri, treasurer. Executive Board members included: 
Diane Burke, Patty Lawrenson, Kathy Bradly, Jackie Cawthron and Gail Provenzano. 

During the summer, our class officers chose Chateau de Ville, on Route One in 
Saugus, as the site for our prom. 

"I sit alone at present dreaming — " 

This is the attitude many of us had as we entered school at the beginning of our 
senior year. Because, although we were approaching the close of our twelfth year, we 
were beginning to dream about and make arrangements for a new life — a new career. 

Mr. Cogan became our class advisor for our final year at Wilmington High. Under 
his supervision, we held a candy sale in October. Soon afterward under the leader- 
ship of Mrs. Gonzales, the senior play, "Born Yesterday," was performed. Cindy Jen- 
sen was the assistant director and Ann Stantial, Rick Bahia, Tony DeFrancesco, Bill 
McGinley, and Jim Theriault were the stars. 

The yearbook staff began working diligently at their task. Mr. Hamilton took charge 
of the staff. Carol Freeman and Jackie Micalizzi were chosen co-editors. 

In November, the Wildcats witnessed their third, Merrimack Valley Conference 
Championship and were also Class C Champions for the first time. Mike Esposito 
was the state's high scorer in a one year, three year, and four year performance. Hockey 
was also number one that year in our league. 

It is only fair to make mention of our terrific track team with star players Larry 
Harrington, Carl Cotter, and Mike Esposito. Basketball captains Bill Gustus and Den- 
nis Murphy led their team through an exciting year in '71. The baseball team, with 
captains Tom Mirasola and Richard Gearty and pitcher Bill Gustus expect to be num- 
ber one when the season terminates. So, all-in-all, we have witnessed four great years 
in sports. 

We held our last class meeting in April. At this time, we dedicated our yearbook to 
Mr. Osmond and chose Mr. Lynch as Teacher of the Year. 

We are now in the fourth act of our plav. Unfortunately, the majority of seniors did 
not choose to stay to see it through. May fourteenth was sign out day. 

Our Senior Prom, "The Night Before The Morning After," was held on June fourth 
and a great time was had by all. June ninth was our annual Senior Banquet. Gradua- 
tion was held on Sunday, June thirteenth. 

One very long chapter has just closed, a chapter full of many, many memories and 
experiences — some a little sad, some very happy. When we read about a nation's 
history, we are able to see their mistakes and pattern our future accordingly. May our 
history serve as a precedent to a hopeful and beautiful future. 



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